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

r-aii ws -, THE rl 1 1 SBURG DlSr A 1 Ln. SECOND PART. ' - -& pages g to 16. :; ' : ( k GOEGEOUS PALACE. Vivid Description of the Biggest Opium Den in tlie World AT SHANGHAI, THE PAKIS OF ASIA Tho Wonderful lanjtsekianff Biver and Its World of Boats. CHINESE DOCTORS AND DENTISTS. leoKJiEsroxcEKCE or inr uisrxTcn. SHANGHAI.Feb- ruary 8.X yisited last night the big gest opium den of the world. It is sit uated on the edge of this great cosmopol itan city of Shang hai, in which Chi nese rowdies from all parts of the em pire congregate,and where the China man has learned to play billiards, to drink whisky, and to practice the refine ments ol "Western as well us Eastern vice. The palatial saloons of New "York, the bar room of the Hoffman House, and the gilded gambling palaces in San Francisco have cost hundreds of thousands of dollars. This opium den of the Chinese has likewise eaten up a fortune, and it is more like a palace than an opium-smoking joint for pig-tailed celestials. Thre...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 24 March 1889

K V k Be m. ir I r r r 1 10 . whieh-fresftaia-rather questionable admir ation was quite a large element), a mixture certainly picturesque enough for the use of theTHBSTtsxacting-of romantic artists. Days dipped by. Orton improved rap idly. The old man, Felicie and the colored ?outh?irere. very attentive and kind to him. his colored youth, Bobo by name, was a qnitt, reserved quadroon whose shrewdness aid sot show in his rather languid face. He was of medium stature, slenderly though compactly built", and by no means ill favored. The offices performed by him were those ot a trusted and intelligent house servant Lately he had been watching at night beside Orton's bed. fie usually came in at about 11 o'clock and remained until after daylight had appeared. One night Bobo.bad something to say to Orton, a message to deliver, and he scarcely knew how to begin. Orton became aware of this through the fellow behavior, and after some diplomacy got him started. The fact is the artist was suspect...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 24 March 1889

S.jy ' FAITHFUL FBIEND Js One of the Chief Blessings of Onr '"" Earthly Existence. OBSTACLES TO TKUE FEIENDSHIP. Sensitiveness Always a Misfortune and Sometimes a Crime. AN APPEAL FOE WOMAN'S INFLUENCE E MACE, friends. zpy and our friends mate us. "What we -want to know is how to make good friends, and how to bring it about that onr friends shall make us good. tMHnfc-iii -tie nas gone a long t wav toward makinc the most of life, who has plenty of good friends. 'Whether we "make the most of life, or the least of it, depends greatly upon the character of our friends. "A. man that hath Iriends must show him self friendly." This would he jnst as true, andwonld stand somewhat nearer to our starting point if it read: A. man that de sires to have friends must show himself friendly. If you have no friends, it is your own fault. If you have few friends, the fault is your own. Be yourself a friend. Show yourself friendly. CultiTate the friendly spirit. Then you cannot help hav ing friends. IM...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 24 March 1889

" f- 12 IN THE BDCIAL SWIM. THE PKOPER THING. The Author or Don't Explains Many Inter x mine Point f Etiquette and TJaaa-e ) Tlstts of Condolence Thankinc Ser vants Catling on Ladle. rWIUTTEJf FOB THE DISPATCH-l "Will yon please state through the columns of your paper -whether it is proper or not for a voung gentlemon to fan a young lady at the theater, and oblige? It would be considered indecorous, unless the lady is ill, or is overcome by the heat. 1). Ou which side of a lady should a gentleman walk in the street? (2). Should a gentleman in making a brief call leave his overshoes at the door if they are not muddy? (1). On the side of the curbstone. (2). He should leave bis overshoes in the hall under all circumstances. In making a sliort call should the overcoat be left in the hall and the hat kept in the handT What is proper in this case? Simplex. The overcoat should be left in the ball; the bat may be kept in the hand. Please tell the writer through the Sunday paper it, in payin...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 24 March 1889

w3l "W5 A BOW OF PEQMISE Spans the local Sky, Indicating That Trade, Already Good, Will SOON EXPERIENCE A REVIVAL. Six Thousand Houses and 30,000 People Added Within Three Years. BUILDING PEOSPECTS OX A GEAND SCALE The spring season limbers the joints of the granger and mates him think about doing something. "Weary of thj winter torpor, he surreys his well-filled barns, ex amines his haymows, makes an estimate of the daily egg product of his chickens, looks over his apples, potatoes and cabbages, and casts longing glances toward the city where tuch things are wanted at good prices in hard cash. This means a revival of the country trade so soon as the roads get into good condition, which, if the weather con done as It has begun, will not be long. Bad roads cut him off from the market nearly all winter, and he has plerity of stuff to sell. Engineer Davis says the worst roads in the State are in Allegheny county, and he is about right. A new deal in their management is one of the neces...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 24 March 1889

rwWW 8? f i4J THE DECORATIVE ART As Applied to the Interior Furnish ings of the Finest Homes. FEEKCH FASHIONS NOW LEAD, Thongh. the Earlier Gallic Styles Are Fast .. JBeing Superseded. EXAMPLES OP TASTEFUL DECOEATION L WRITTEN FOB THE SI8FATCB. NE might almost say that the prevailing , taste for light gay in I teriors is a witness to the emancipation of the national tempera ment "We are not a I somber people, aL though we are very busy, and commercially disposed. The American housewife was for ft .long time the genius of oar decoration, and pre scribed dark gilt and brown walls and grained woods, because they did not show dirt. But the new era of wealth has de posed the American housewife, bought more pails and 'brooms, and engaged men servants. From the style bourgeois it was not surpris ing that we so rapidly swung into the style bric-a-brac This was directly due to the incursion of Queen Anne architecture, as we fondly beliered it, and in which novelty and unexpectedness were hel...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 24 March 1889

n THE . HTTSBUBQ XtfSPATOHT SUNDAY,-' MATtOH . 24. 1889. MODEMAGNOSTICISM Attacked by Gail Hamilton and Its Inconsistencies Pointed Out. THE SO-CALLED KEW THEOLOGY, Is Promulgated by Sirs. Humphrey Ward, Tronounced an Absurdity. IN COSFLICT WITH CHRIST'S TEACHING imiuuo roB thb DiErATCn.1 VEEY human sonl in which the. voice of God makes itself felt enjoys, equally With Jesus of Nazareth, the divine sonship." This statement or formula which seems to Mrs. Humphrey "Ward utterly, sub versive of the Chris tian religion is in truth the very soul of the Christian religion. It means something or it means nothing. The something meaning is that which lifts man to the level of Christ. The nothing meaning is that which lowers Christ to the level of man. This is the meaning which Mrs. "Ward's representative Church of England rector is made to assume, which plunges him into tribulation, and from which he spends what remains to him of life in trying, to get away. It is the nothing meaning. It lea...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 24 March 1889

fr TBTiTTSBXIRGr DISPIt wsmTW'MA0BWrrM8m T16 IN FLORA'S DOMAIN. The Beauties and Glories of Sunny Southern Florida IIN THE EAELI SPE1KG TIME. A Discourajlnff Ontlook for Taniee Capi talists, "Who Propose TO COENEK THE FLOWEB JIAEKET rcOEEXSPOSDETOE or Till DISri.TCH.1 OUTH FLORIDA, March 2L Yankee en terprise again knocks at the door of lovely, lazy Florida. This beautiful, trackless, tropical wilderness is every day being forced into prosaio progress. The scheme of certain New Tork capitalists to raise flowers in Flor ida for Northern mar kets is jnst now agitating land agents in the peninsnla, thrilling the souls of Yankee belles and striking terror to the hearts of the Jersey and Long Island florists. The idea is aesthetic, poetical and flavors much of the flower markets of Paris and New Or leans. "When the Goddess Flora concen trates the forces of her trust company in Florida and makes the State an American riviera, then may smiling maidens and blooming matrons laugh in the face...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 25 March 1889

HKISi rW JtMg ONE CAN MAKE MONEY Who has a good article to sell, and who adver tises vigorously and liberally. Advertising is truly tbe life of trade All enterprising and judicious advertisers succeed. FORTT-rOUHTH TEAR FIVE FAYETTE HERDS A Band of Masked Robbers Invades Quiet Country Homes and TORTURES OLD AND YOUNG; Terrible Deeds of Deviltry Com mitted at McClellandtown. A TEEEOE-STEICKEN COMMUNITY. The Deeds of tbe Gang Investigated Plans Thorouehly Laid Out Disguised nnd Armed totbeTectb Attacking: tbe Homo of a Widow Mrs. Keeper's Story Will ing to Murder for Twelve Cents The Andersons' AwfulExperience The Fiery Torture Using Ueroseno to Extort Money Roasting tbe Victims The Authorities Petitioned to Incrense tho Reward Offered for tbe Miscreants. A staff correspondent of The Dispatch has -visited the scenes of the recent outrages in Fayette county. The stories as told by the victims themselves are simply heart rending. Old, infirm men and women -were tortured in the most frig...

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

I ft TRJUIHELD OP, An Exasperating Time Witli Tramps on the P. &L.E. A HIGH TIME Otf AFEEIGHT Which, the Conductor Stops Many Times for Desperadoes. EESGUERS SUMMONED FROM HERE, While the Train is Side-Tracked at Alli quippa Airaiting Reliet AEEEST AKD SENTENCES OF A DOZEN A gang of tramps toot complete posses sion of freight train Kb. 51, on the Pitts burg and Lake Erie Railroad, near the city, late Saturday night, and defied the conduc tor or his crew to do anything with them. The conductor summoned aid from the city, and a special train, with a number of police officers aboard, went to the rescue of the freight train, which had been side-tracked, and placed 12 of the tramps under arrest. The more desirable portion of the ugly gang, so far as justice is concerned, took to the woods and escaped. freight train 2fo. 51 pulled out of the Cbartiers yards of the company at 7:30 o'clock Saturday night. Beside its regular cargo of merchandise it had a number of disagreeable and unwelc...

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

rrJ:f A NATION'S ORE SECT. Bishop Andrews, in a Dedication, .Predicts Catholic Absorption BI THE PUBLIC SCHOOL MEDIUM. The Bplendid Kew M.E. Church in the West End Dedicated. SETEEAL TEE! IlirEESSITE SERVICES It was a beautiful early spring morning and this may in a measure hare accounted lor the large attendance at the dedicatory services of the West End M. E. Church, on South Main street. The church is a stone structure with a large auditorium and Sun day school annex. These were thrown into one room and every seat was occupied. The interior is very pretty, and its beauty was heightened by the addition of pots of plants and jars of flowers placed about the altar. The services were commenced by the choir rendering an anthem. The usual de votional exercises followed. Bishop E. G. Andrews delivered a sermon on the growth of the church. His remarks were interest ing, and some of his views were rather startling, especially those on Catholicism. A report of it follows: Has ever progress...

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

I fje BippI4 ESTABLISHED FEBRUARY 8, 184& Vol.41 No . Entered at Pittsburg Postomce. November II, 18S7, as second-class matter. Business Offlce97 and 09 Fifth Avenue. News Booms and Publishing House 75, 77 and 79 Diamond Street. Average circulation of the dally edition of The DUpatch for six 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 lsnc. TERMS OF THE DISPATCH. rOSTACE rCKK IN THE CSITED STATES. DAILTDISPATcn. One car ... 8 00 Daily DibPATCii, Per Quarter S 00 Daily Dispatch, One jionih n Daily Dispatch. Including bandar, one j ear MOD Daily Dispatch, Including bunday, per quarter 2 SO Daily DisrATCH, Including bunday, one month 90 ECJ.TJAY Dispatch, oneyear 2 60 eekly Dispatch, one jear 1 25 The Daily DisrATCH Is delivered by carriers at IS cents per week, or Including the bunday edition. at 20 cents per week PITTSBURG, MONDAY, MAR. 25, 1SS9. To First of April Movers. . P...

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

-T THE PITTSBUEG DISPATCH, MONDAY, MAEOH 25; 1889. ,5 WHERE! TO THE FORE The Democratic Statesman "Will Re new His Fierce Onslaught on THE STATE'S FINAKCIAL SYSTEM. Beaver's Arjiinients ire Answered With Denials and Lojic TEE WODK BEFORE THE LEGISLATURE. Beth tbe AirropriJtltms snd Soldiers' Orplun Mis to be Taken Ep. Tbe appropriation bills and the measure providing for tbe soldiers orphans will bo the most important matters belore the Leg islature this week. The latter will be passed nallr by both Houses. Some attention mar be paid to the charges against the "Western Penitentiary. Mr. "Wherry is ex pected to reveal his ideas ot the State's finances in an elaborate speech. IFttOM X STAFF COBBXErOKDEXT. Hakeisbueg, March 21. Besides the appropriation bills, the most important work of the present week in the Legislature trill be the passage by both Houses of the Grand Army's soldiers orphans' bill. It has passed second reading in the Senate and will pass second reading ic the House t...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 25 March 1889

raani TTPfwfS 6 THE PITTSBUKG- DISPATCH, MONDAY,' MAEOH 25; 1889 ' BASEBALTMATTERS. Some Opinions About the Lo cal Team's Makeup. HILLEE IN THE OTJTEIELD. BeTised Schedule of the Allegheny County League. H1TCHIKTHEBARKER-REED MATCH Prince Wilkes, the Famous Trotter, Sold for $30,000. GENERAL SPOETISG KEWS OF TfiE DAT Now that the time has come for the local ball players to get down to wort for the sea son, everybody interested in the clnb is wondering how the team will be made up. So far there has been no desire at all among the clnb officials to express any definite opinion on this point. The most that any of tli cm bas said is that selections will be made after all are tried. The "trial" will be given during tlie exhibition games, and probably will continue into the championship season. This method of testing the respective abilities of the players seems all right, and it maybe that there is all the honesty of nurpose in it claimed by the officials. It is undoubtedly their right t...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 25 March 1889

33pR vs. -sKr". "jTS-flWWas SSTT FfX?lT -if- 'iF THE PITTSBURG - DISPATCH. M03SFDAY, MARCH 25, 1889.- r The Pennycomequicks Written for THE DISPATCH by ' S. BARING GOULD, Author 0r'ilEHALAH,""C0nBTE0YAI.,,",JOHirHEEEnfG,""THEGAVj:E0CKS, "Etc ALL SIGHTS CHAPTEK XV. The Woman With a Pipe. What bad become in the meantime of Mr. Jeremiah Pennycomequick, over whose leavings-such a dispute was beinE waged? We left him clinpng to t00 head of a .Imbardy poplar that was being swept down the Valley of the Keld by the flood. The head of a poplar was by no means the most agreeable vessel in which to shoot the rapids of Fleet lock and navigate the lower Keld-dale. In the first place it allowed the wash of the descending current to overflow it. and in the next it had no proper balance, and was disposed to revolve like a turbine in the stream. The latter propensity was presently counteracted by the branches catching and en tangling about some ponderous matter in the bed, perhaps a chain from the l...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 25 March 1889

"T. THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH,' MONDAY, MAKCST 25, 1889. 8 SOME TOUGH THINGS la the Bible, the Host Common Sense Bool' in all the World. 80HE FACTS ABOUT KOAH'S ARK. The Delude Described by an Eye-Witness as it Appeared to Him. IEE UTHOESHIP OF THE HOLI BIBLE ISFECIAL TELEGRAM TO THB DISPiTCn.l Brooklyn, March 24. At the Taber nacle this morning, after expounding some passages of Scripture in regard to the mys teries, the Kev. T. De 'Witt Talmage gare out the hymn beginning: How firm a foundation, ye saints of the Lord, Is laid for your faith in his excellent Word. The subject of his sermon was, '"Tough Things in the Bible," and his text, H. Jeter, iii, 16: "In which are some things I aH tk nndarctAnil " Tlr. Tnlmnffp snirl? 1 The Bible is the most common sense book in the world. But there are many Urines in it which require explanation. It all depends on the mood in which you come to this grand old book. You ma;, take "hold of the handle of the sword or its sharp edge. You may employ ...

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

mm ANY ONE CAN MAKE HONEY "Who has a good article to sell, and who adver Uses vigorously and liberally. Advertising is truly the life of trade All enterprising and judicious advertisers succeed. FORTY-FOUBTH TEAIL lie PADS AN ISSUE Almost a Race Riot Precipitated by a Shrewd Patent Medi cine Fakir. HE RAKES IN A FORTUNE By Getting the Colored People to All Bat Worship Him. THEI E3TEN CALL HIM THEIR MESSIAH. Yellowstone Kit, the Hero of the Atlanta Prohibition Campaign, Selling Liver Pads in Shreveport He Gains a Great Ascendancy Orer ibeXesrocs and Wields It to His Pecuniary Benefit All Efforts to Knock Him Onl Redound to His Ad vantage He Nearly Causes n Riot Be tween the Whites and Blacks. During the prohibition campaign in At lanta some time ago a power for 'the "antis" was "Yellowstone Kit." He is a patent medicine fakir, who has gained a wonderful power over the colored people, and they voted as he advised them to do al most to a man. He now turns up at Shreve port, La., and ha...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 26 March 1889

r t Adam Fuss, corner Second avenue and Vespu clus street: B. F. Fear, 2272 Second avenue; Bridget Fay, 1580 Second avenue: T."F. Haverty, 23SOSecond avenue; John M. Kelly, Second avenue; John S. Mullen, 1324 Second avenue; Patrick McAvoy.1370 Seccnd avenue; Edward O'Donnell, 1372 Second avenue; Peter Qulnn, 1390 Second avenue. THE OLD, OLD STORT. The questions and answers have become routinish. The sales average about $40 a day. All but a few keep restaurants, even' if they only furnish one meal in a year. Those who have no license want one, as they think it necessary. The' applications heard yesterday were, from the residence portion of the city, and the attendance was not large. At the morn ing session nothing startling was brought out The ladies of the V. C. T. TJ. and other temperance workers were on hand. The name of 3Ir. Christy, in their behalf, .has become familiar to every reader of License Court report. He is a man who has always enjoyed a good reputation as a lawyer. He ...

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

eirstWthe legion. Impressive Presentation of Pills burg's Medal to Snyder. BRATE-FIREMAN WHO RISKED LIFE Conncilmen W. A. Majee and H. I. Cour ier Signalize the Event, HAKING MEMORABLE A HEEOIC AC! Yesterday afternoon the medal -voted by Council to Peter Snyder, of the Eagle'Fire Company Ko. 1, for bravery at the "Wood street disaster, was presented at City Hall. A joint session of Councils was held for the purpose of presenting the medal, President Ford, of Select Council, presiding, and Mr. Snyder sitting in the President's desk with the heads of the two branches of Council. The medal is a bronze Maltese cross. On the face are the city's arms in gold, sur rounded by a laurel wreath in green gold. On the obverse is an inscription which reads: : "Peter Snyder, engine com-: : pany No. 1, presented bv unan- : : imous vote of Councils for : ; bravery at the Wood street : : disaster, Pittsburg, January 9, : : lssa." : ........ . The cross bangs by three bronze chains from a bar which be...

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

'-tej.' rr-;;!;wv - , - - -" "TSJ" Sp' -J j-sJS PITTSBim& DISPATCH, " 2JITESDAT, ' MARCH 26, V THE 1889. ' if t Jgfr Bi$$alt ESTABLISHED FEBRUARY 8. 1S48. Vol. 41, So 47. Entered it Pittsburg Postofflce, November 14, 18S7, as second-class matter. Business Office 97 and G9 Fifth Avenue. News Rooms and Publishing House 75, 77 and 76 Blamond 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, 1SSP, 45,144 Copies per Issnc. TERMS OF THE DISPATCH. TOETAGE KEE IX THE OTTOD STATES. Dailt DisrATCH. One Year f 8 00 Daily DibPATcn, Per Quarter 2 00 Dailt DisrATCH, One Month 70 Daily Dispatch, Including Sunday, one year.. 10 00 Dailt DisrATCU, Including Sunday, per quarter. - 2 50 Daily DisrATCH, Including Sunday, one month 90 SltjaV DisrATCH, oneycar - 2 50 Vekkly Dispatch, one year 1 25 The Daily Dispatch Is delivered by carriers at IS cents p...

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