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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 6 April 1889

k 1 B1 5- ik Theatrical Parties and Fishing Cluhs - tn Pnv Resrnlar Fare. V ? -S pLOCAL ROADS YS PARTI BATES. S . -.,. t,..!. . v- T c n Tk r.mMtiiM wan nact uu ius . u. v. fr- r , s. tt..i liaw, as as uDu". rTBAKSCOSTKEKTAIS AKD ME. KING " The 2-cent rate for parties of tea or more ' trareling on one ticket has been withdrawn. Yesterday the Baltimore and Ohio and the Pennsylvania Bailroads issued circulars, instructing their agents to charge regular rates for ten or more as well as one traveler. The wail of anguish that will coup to the heavens from the thousand and oue the atrical companies on the road, and fishing clubs that hope to be soon, will, when they hear of this latest move, be simply appalling. Its immediate effect will be to drive the weaker traveling companies to the wall, and in the end it may help the business for the stronger combinations. Judge Cooley, as the railroad people per sistently contend, has decided that the party rate is illegal, a direct violation of 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. — 6 April 1889

ft r X jjKi' RICHARDISHIWISELF At last "Victory Favors Horace and His Men. THE COWBOYS EATEN UP. Bis Hitting and "a Great Catch by Fop Smith. MORRILL AND WISE LEAVE BOSTON. Pedestrians Take Their Final Spins for the .? y -BigEace. GENEEAL BPOETDCG HEWS OP TIE DAI Victory has finally perched itself oh the banner of the local team. They made some thing like mincemeat of the Kansas City aggregation yesterday and played in a Tray that indicated they hava been fooling in the previous games. Smith made a catch of a hot liner, and the players generally hit the ball hard. IsrECIaX. TXLXQBaV TO TBI DISPi.TCII.1 KANSAS Crxr, April 5. The pilgrims for the city of natural gas got there in great shape to-day. They played just as if they had been fooling people heretofore and Horace Phillips sat and grinned as if he still had many more big surprises up his sleeves. The playing of the Alleghenies to-day really iras a contrast to that ot yesterday. They did not seem to be the rsame team. Undoubtedl...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 6 April 1889

IRfif - t " ' TBEvflBFEvsSHEBoEBEEf VLEmili' PvSitftiQ9BRr TT55x!ii?iWfi55t "C- iprV9S?9AinE9slln9RT3RnlK "f t -t ' V' p fSvs t ffffrf TyfmrjTTTasPsPffaiyrff XL MARTYR'S CROWN fcAiid aMartyr's Popularity Conferred onThe'Backer of Senate Bill 70. jfllS TOES HAD SO COMPASSION, "But, Having the Measure Beaten, They at Once Proceeded to Show "ffHAT THET COULD BO IP KECESSAEY. Iley Fcslttrrij- Eefose U Allow the Traction Bill to tie Withdrawn. Senate bill 70 is no more. The fight is over. The Tote against the bill in the House was overwhelming. Hr. Xafferty tried to avert the avalanche by withdrawing the measure, bat wasn't allowed to do bo. The under man in the fight was not allowed to cry "peccavi." The Democrats didn't interfere with the fight, preferring to loot at it as a factional fracas of the opposition. tTEOX A START COEKIFPOKDKKT.1 Habbisbubo, April 5. There was no olive branch business in the House this morning, no show of magnanimity or any thing approaching it. It was confes...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 6 April 1889

THE BUDDING SPBING Has Caused a Moderate Improvement . in the Condition of Trade. INCREASED BAILROAD EARNINGS. Eeports to Bradstreet's Are Generally Hopeful in" Their Tone. THE FAILUEES ARE MORE HOMEK0C8 Tim Last Tear, EoweTcr, ana B. G. Dan Co, Do Sot Like the OatlooL Eeports to Sradstreet's show a slight im provement in general trade, due to the opening of spring. The drygoods lines do not share in this activity. It is thought ihat good crop prospects trill encourage legitimate business. K. G. Dun & Co. find matters generally rather dull and quiet rSFECXjLX. TELEGRAM TO THX EISPATCH.1 Kew Yokk, April S. There is a mod erate improvement in the state of general trade noted in telegrams to Bradstreet'i this week. Spring weather is largely responsible for this. The greatest relative activity is at Kansas City, St, Paul, St. Joseph and Louisville, though a fair distribution is re ported at Philadelphia, Boston Cleveland, St Louis, San Francisco, Galveston and New Orleans. Panning i...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 6 April 1889

yf" T THE PITTSBURG i i : PAGES 9 TO 12. a i .i, i. nMnas if. tKOW FlltST ISERIES OF SHORT STORIES . By J. Marsden Sutcliffe, ENTITLED C:THE .ROMANCE OF M INSURANCE OFFICE, jPBeikg Passages is the Exfebiejj ce or Me. AUGUSTUS WILLIAM WEB- ' .' BEB, Formerly General Manager of the Universal Insurance Company. ALL MGETS IT. Doctor JoquEt'B SecrEt. IV. Madame Jaquet had died painlessly in her sleep. Snch was the verdict given an hour later by her medical attendant, Dr. Crosby. The opinion was borne out by the expression of perfect calm that rested on her pure and beautiful face, -which, in its sculptured, marble stillness, lay on her pillow like the fair image of some saint. There was no actual disease in Madame's case, Dr. Crosby proceeded to explain, ex cept debility. Her constitution had proba bly been impaired by wearing anxieties, or secret sorrow of some kind, leaving the action of the heart excessively weak. The fact that she had fallen asleep late in the afternoon was significa...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 6 April 1889

I. AIODELGKANDJURY In Only Five Weeks It Disposes of Just 542 Cases and Quits. " IEWIFS DOUBLE HUEDERTEOUBLE Major Slagle's Case Ignored and a Num ber of Other NotaMe Ones. THAT WIDE OHIO CONNECTING BRIDGE The grand jury adjourned yesterday, after having been in session fire weeks. Five hundred and forty-two bills were disposed of, true bills having been returned in 331 cases. When the jurors made their pre- Eentment in court Judge Magee made a short speech complimenting them on their work, which, he said, had been1 very well done. Assistant District Atttorney Hay- maker also complimented the jurors, stating that this jury had disposed of more cases than any preceding grand jury for a long time. The foreman, Graham Scott, was presented with a handsome gold-headed ebony cane, and the clerk, Charles Erb, with a gold pen and holder. The presentations were made by ex-Senator Lee, of Hnlton, a member of the jury. Among the true bills returned yesterday was one against James Irwin for mur...

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

m f It J$C n-.A Ft 1 1 1 1 , 1 . 1 I t THE MARKET BASKET. Fish and Oysters Continue Active at Expense of Meats. STRAWBERRIES DRIFTING DOWN. Km Garden Stuff Grws Cheaper and Moves More Freelj. SPEINGOKCEENS FEOM THE SOUTH Office of Pittsburg Dispatch; 1 -Feidat. April 6, 18K9L J The last week of March showed a decided improvement in the retail vegetable and fruit trade over previous weeks. At the Diamond Market stalls reports were very bright for that week. Unfavorable weather as April dawned, gave a slight backset to trade, so that this week has scarcely kept tip the record. There are, however, signs to-day that the ground lost the first half of the week will be recovered. A pleasant Saturday will bring all the business that market people can wellattend to, judging from the activity to day. Green stuff is steadily drifting toward prices within the reach of the aTerage consumer's pocketbook. Southern strawberries and home raised cucumbers are much below last Satur day's prices. At th...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 6 April 1889

TSE I?ITTBTJEG DISPATGE,-, SATURDAY, AERIL 6, 1889, STILL IN THE SWIM McKeesport Applicants' Baft Comes Down, the Eiver LTO A COLD WATEK COUET. The Men With License Longings Bob Up Like Popping Corn, ONLY TO CRACK AND FALL EARLY. A Good, Honest Peddler, Who Sees No Seal Necessity for License. APUBYEIOBTO CAHPHEETIKG TH1BST A delegation ot McKeesport saloon keep ers, would-be saloon keepers and their friknds came down to the city yesterday ike a raft afloat on the Allegheny river on a spring day ony this was a Monongahela raft. All were in a good humor and Luck and Clear Records were at the oar. The former must have run against a hoodoo and the latter got a little smudged on the way, for the raft struck a snag in the person of Judge White and the "V. O. T. IT., which completely demoralized it, and there is plenty of cheap timber afloat to-night. Some of it is in houses in McKeesport, which can be purchased cheap. The wreck was complete. The temper ance workers of that little city at ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 7 April 1889

PORTY-FOUItTH TEAR. PITTSBURG, " SUNDAY, APRIL ' 1889. CEHTS -. J 3Kv twT A CRUSHING BLOW "AUhe English Liberty League, in the Form of a Threaten- ing Attempt to SHUT UP SUNDAY SALOONS. English Society Shaken Once if ore by a Divorce Scandal. STEEL SAILS SELL FOB $130 A TON. ' Information Wanted In England Concerning the Failure of Prohibition to Prohibit In America PIgott Letters Commanding Biff Premiums A Death Blow to the Conceit of English Artists President Carnot Too Bnsy to Run Aronnd Kissing the Hands of Queens Bloodcurdling Tales Told of Hermitages In Holland English Society Awaiting Bonlanger's Probable Coming With Open Arms Haw the Famous feculptor, Bianchl, Courted Death. The friends of proprietary legislation and the opponents of sumptuary laws in America are called upon to furnish their fellow sympathizers in England with the facts as to the failure of prohibition to pro hibit in America, as far as it has been tried. The Beaumont scandal is to be aired in the divorce co...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 7 April 1889

$'- -V -r 1 it s : A--J0M START To l)e GiTen' the Allegheny Biyer Improvements THAT HERE'S ISLAND DAM. A Big Public Demonstration is flow Being Arranged For, WHICH MAT BEAT DAYIS ISLAND'S. 'All the Up-Biver Towns to be Invited "to Visit Pittsburg. 5 PBOPOSED SHIP CANAL TO LAKE EEIE A public demonstration which may equal the dedication of the Davis Island dam is projected by friends of the coming improve ments on the Allegheny river. It is pro posed to open the work on the Govern ment dam at Heir's Island this summer with a big flourish of trumpets, not because of the fact that the construction of a single dam will be commenced, but for the reason of its significance. The building of that dam commits the Government to a continu ation of the enterprise until a string of locks and dams will extend from Pittsburg to "Warren, making the noble stream nav igable to the Xew York State line. The Dispatch reported exclusively, a few weeks ago, the purchase of property on the river bank on the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 7 April 1889

T. . , MAEMSTS Almost Done to a Turn in Judge White's Conrt. WHOLESALE WEEK IS HERE The Judge Lectures Temperance Peo ple as Indiscriminate Kickers. WHEN WAIN WRIGHT'S TURN COMES A Good-Looking Man Famishes His Honor Finishing Material. KEABM A EODKD HDKDEED TICTIMS Applicants from the Third ward of Mc Xeesport, Spring Garden, Sharpsbnrg and Yerona were heard at the morning session of License Court During the entire day 97 applicants went through. At one point the Court became impatient at the persistent actirity of ttife temperance advocates, and remarked: "I get impatient at the temper ance people hammering at every one. I think they should help me in making proper selections. They nave the information as to the best houses and should give it to me. I want the information given to me in open court. I will talk to no one privately on this question. The applicants should tell me honestly if iheir houses are better than some others." Mrs. Hester, of McKleesport, told an af fecting st...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 7 April 1889

ESTABLISHED FEBRUARY 8, lSli Vol.44, 1.0 69. Entered at Pittsburg rostofflce, Kovember 14, 18S7, as second-class nutter. Business Office 07 and 99 Fifth Avenue. News Booms and Publishing House 75, 77 andTO Diamond Street Average circulation of the dally edition of The Diipatch for six montha ending April 1.1SS9, 27,986 Copies per Issue. Average circulation of tho Sunday edition of The Dispatch for March, 1SS9, 46,423 Copies per issue. TEUMS OF THE DISPATCH. POSTAGE FBEE D. Till UNITED STATES. Daily DtspATcn. One Year f S 00 DAU.T UibFATCn, Per Quarter 2 00 Daily dispatch. One Month TO Daily Dispatch, including bunday, one year. 10 00 Daily Dispatch, including Sunday, per Quarter... .. 2 SO Daily Dispatch, Including Sunday, one month. 90 Bcndat Dispatch, one year. 2 60 Weesly Dispatch, one j ear 125 The Daily Dispatch Is delivered by carriers at IS cents per week, orinclndlngtheSunday edition, at 20 cents per week Voluntary contributors should keep copies of articles. If compensation...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 7 April 1889

N. THE EETTSBUH0- DISPATCH, SUNDAY, APKIL 7, 1889. ? "TT A SPLIT PATCHED TOP, But So Clumsily That Its Seams May be Keadily Seen of All Men. PfiOOF OF PARTI JEALOUSIES. Barrow Escape of Toung Emperor William From Death hy Drowning. HIS PITI FOE THE POSEN SUFFERERS, Italy Puta Out a little Feeler for the Acquisition of Abyssinia. The patch in the Tory garments OTer Birmingham is a clumsy one and doesn't deceive many. All the elements for a big explosion are to be found in the Tory-Union 1st circle. A three-cornered fight in Birm ingham would hare pleased Gladstone too well. Hence it ras avoided. Whileross ing a swollen river in Posen, the young Emperor of. Germany narrowly escaped be ing drowned, Italy mates a cautious bid for the acquisition of Abyssinia. rBT CABLE TO THE DIBF.1.TCH.J Londox, April 6. Copyright. The Tory split at Birmingham has been patched up, but so clumsily that the ragged seams may be seen of all men. Never since the Tory-Unionist alliance was established, over ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 7 April 1889

THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, STOTDAT, AERHi -XT, 1889. -. AREVIEWOFSPORTS, TlieBad Effects of SpringPrac tice Trips Discussed. HOME EXERCISE THE BEST. Comments on the Work of the Local Clnb. "WHERE WILL JOHN II. WARD GO? Ike Weir a Better Pugilist Than Frank Murphy. r GENERAL SP0HTIXG SEWS OP THE DAT Patrons of the local baseball club cannot possibly have derived much consolation .from the result of the team's "Western trip as far as it has gone. The showing, as far as good playing is concerned, has been a poor tone indeed. But there are, no doubt, causes or reasons for this poor showing which may to some extent satisfactorily ex plain matters. However, the trip among other things suggests a question well worth discussing at the present juncture. The query referred to: Is it a wise and profita ble policy to make these spring trips with the club? A question of this kind cannot be answered in a word; indeed there are so many features connected with it that to dis cuss them all would requir...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 7 April 1889

THE PHTSBTmGk DISPATCH, STOTDAT, APKEL "T, 1889. MM "WILLMI'S AMB1TI0K The Young Monarch Desires Ger many's Kavy to Lead the World. SAMOA'STBOUBLEStfOT IETESDED Bismarck Will Demand Compensation From the Islanders. THE ESIPEEOB'S PET HOBBT Df DINGER A Lrrely FiffM en the rress Bill Xecessitatcs Some Modifications. Emperor 'William is determined to make Germany a naval power of the first rank. Fears are expressed that the Berlin confer ence will not be able to adjust the Samoan trouble. Compensation for alleged native outrages will be demanded. The bill re stricting the liberties of the press is causing a lively contest. Bismarck hasieea forced to modify the Emperor's pel measure. , tCOrTBIGHT, JSSV Br NEW TORE ASSOCIATED rilESB. Beblik, ,April 6. Since the English Parliament Toted the addition of 70 ships to the navy, the Emperor's attention centers delusively upon Admiralty affairs. The officials expect that the recently advanced scheme for the -reorganization of the navy will be r...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 7 April 1889

f- "s t I 3?HE ZTTSBTTEG- JDISPATOH," STXNTJAY, APEIL - IS89. A DAT QF SETTLING. The Great Annual Settlement Day at Chambersburg Among THE DUNKAEDS MD MEHHOHTES. ill the Business Transactions for the Whole Tear COSSUMMATED IK TWENTI-FOUEHOUBS tsrscux TELEaitiir to tex DisrATcn.1 Chambeksbueg, April 6. Xowhere in the United States can be -witnessed such a peculiar method of transacting business as that which yearly occurs in Chambersburg upon the 1st day of April, which is the great settlement day, and has grown to be such a remarkable and established institu tion. Jn Lancaster county, Pennsylvania, there is some approach to the practices here observed, but the imitation is only partial and more improved business methods are in vogue there. The peouliar custom of crowd ing the business transactions of the whole year into one day, ot transferring thousands of acres of some of the most valuable farm ing land in the country, and making hun dreds ol thousands of dollars change hands in a...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 7 April 1889

- THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH PAGES' 9 TO . 1 '" SECOND PART. NYE BOOMS! G. NEW. He Writes an Open Letter to the Erince of Wales and SPEAKS OP JOHN'S GOOD POIHTS. - Handy at Poler or Politics and a Genial Night Companion. i. FEAGKAKT BAKCH IS INDIANA rvnUTTEN TOE TBI PIsrA'rCB.1 HE past week we have been gaily ricocheting to and fro over the State of Indiana. In diana is keenly alive to the great possibili ties in store for our common country. In diana .believes that good men should be at the helm and she also has in mind several of those who would he willing to attend to the helm business if urged to do so. Kokomo is the Hoosier headquarters for natural gas. Those who desire to observe this phenomenon should not forget to visit Kokomo. But if they want to see natural gas in all its glory and with lasting quali ties, they should goto to dear old smokeless Pittsburg. Twenty-one years ago an oil company bored down 900 feet or so in search of oil in what is now called the gas belt. Afrthat ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 7 April 1889

PITTSBURG DjfSPATOH,' SUNDAY, threw off and piled up the wraps in which they had been pro t-ected, appeannc, like so many butterflies coming ont of their winter homes, in all the lightness oi muslin and its decorations, ready lor the dance in the great halL At each end of the hall was a lire of oak logs, which had been kept going since early morning, so that there was not the slightest chill in the room. The whole party were in tip-top spirits. They were jnst cold enough to be ready to dance to warm their feet. They had breathed in otone, or oxygen, or whatever it is that gives life, till every nerve "and pnlse was aglow. All animosities or jealousies with which thev might have started were forgot ten, and they had, and knew they had, be fore them hoars upon hoars of undiluted exhilaration. It will not do, after a hundred years, to try to explain to the decorous modern reader how the partners were selected, or how they were changed after they were se lected. Suffice it to say, that,...

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

aa !5r ir THE iTTTSBUEG- DISPATCH, SUITOAT, APRIL , T, 1889. 11 DON'T DEITE OUT YET, Unless You Want to be Entirely Dis gusted With Country Roads. A GLAKCE AT THOSE MUD-TROUGHS And a Discussion of the Legislative Belief Contemplated. "WHATCOMHISSIONER MEE BATS OF IT A bill to improve county roads is to be submitted to the next Legislature and our County Commissioners hare been studying its provisions. The township roads of Al legheny connty are at present about the worst in the State, as they receive no more attention than those of the back counties where hauling is light, and, instead of growing better they grow worse from year to year. If people who gauge the civilization of a locality by the condition of its roads were to examine those of this county, they wonld place us lower in the scale than Tur key or Russia, and it aeems strange that Mr. Powderly, in his concentrated-lyeish reply to Superintendent "Warner, of the "Workhouse, did not impress the necessity of keeping criminals...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 7 April 1889

V 12 TLEi rXXiaiSUJAU- JJKSJfXUil aUJNUAX. ATIOJU Y, lOOtf. fr Hak mm. i ! in II W .ii m i i i i i ! ii .ii i hi i i i i.i nil i i f IN THE BDCIAL SWIM. yv H i i GOOD HAKKEBS. The Author of "flonV Answer Some Inter mine Questions on rolnnoi" Ettnctte The Proper Thine In Engagement Rlncs Calling en Unmarried Ladle. mmi'imr roa tbk dispatch. 1 I have received cards announcing the marriage of a friend, la it not proper for me to send congratulations? If your friend is a lady, send your card with your best wishes. The rule is to ex tend congratulations to the groom and best wishes to the bride. EyGAGESIEST Erses. 1. About how long after an engagement should the engagement ring be presented? 2. And what is the style usually given? Geohge. 1 There is no definite time, but the ring should be presented soon after the engage ment unless it is to he kept private, 2. Either a solitaire diamond or pearl set in plain gold. If a gentleman is introduced to an unmarried lady, and she invites him to...

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