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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 7 April 1889

" wlf1 . T? TEOUBLE'S LESSONS. The Four Grand Sermons Taught Poor Humanity by Adversity, FAITH, LAW, LOVE AND STRENGTH. Eer. George Hodges Talks of the Grim Schoolmaster. ALL TEOUBLE CAUSED BT BROKEN LAWB rWBITTEX FOB THE DISPATCH.! "It is good for me that I have been in trouble." The man who Wrote that had learned the hardest of all lessons. He had learned the lesson of pain. He had worked out the prob lem ot human sorrow, and got an answer a good answer. This man had learned the good of trouble. He must have been a good man. The fact that he had learned this lesson shows that Because tronble tests men. Trouble enters into different lives differ ently. It may be just the same trouble, the same disappointment, the same pain, the same parting but here it helps and there ithinders; of one it makes a saint, another it leaves a sinner as before; beeause people are different. Just as the same rain which falls upon a lawn, and makes it fresh and clean and beautiful, falls also upon a road...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 7 April 1889

THE CAFE CONCERTS. A Prominent Feature of the Paris ian's List of Amusements. FBEE AND EAST ENTERTAINMENTS Where the Audiences Smoke, Drink and Join in the Chorus. PEETri pTS OP THE PAEIS POPULACE rCOEREEPOXDKSCI Or THE DISrATCH.I Pakis, March 20. Cafe concerts in the French capital are 'places of amusement where there is usually a lot of fun going on, and where at cheap prices we can enjoy a certain sort of variety entertainment 'while smoking cigars and cigarettes and drinking whatever we choose to order. The Eden Theater and the Folies Bercere are not cafe concerts, but the Scala, Eldorado, Ambassa deurs, L'Horloge and Alcazar d'Ete are, as are also a few other places which might be mentioned. Each season, almost each month, notices the increasing competition of these popular shows with the more legiti mate houses. The oldest of them all is the Eldorado, as it is one of the best, sharing first honor with the Scala in the winter montns, both giving way, however, in summer to Ducar...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 7 April 1889

zv M1 M!J THEUMOrOFDREAMS Visions That Are Prophetic of Actual Occurrences. PHANTOMS OP THE NIGHT Bringing Presages of Happiness or Forebodings of Evil. HELPED BI HER ANGEL BROTHER. The Strange Story of the Lady 171111 the Purple Eyes. ACCIDENTS FORESEEN AND FORETOLD tWWITlX rOK TBI DISFJLTCn.2 The following article has been prepared from material collected by the American Society of Psychical Research: The insight we have into our dream-life a life in which we pass fully one-half of our existence is at the best very incomplete. The keenest minds have worked at the problem, irom the Greek philosophers down, but in every case they have proved too little or too much. Multitudes of facts are known about dreams, sheets of statistics have been written, but our very material, founded as it is on actual experience, shows how infinitely varied are the conditions of dreaming. They seem to admit of no law. Some persons dream constantly, others not at all. Plutarch tells of Cleon, who lived to...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 7 April 1889

16 THE PITTSBURG- DISPATCH, SUNDAY, APRIL "' 1, 1889.' SAEE AND HOUNDS. Something About the Ancient Sport of Harriers Which HAD ETS ORIGIN CENTURIES AGO. A Pretty Severe Test for Ail-Around Ama teur Athletes. HOW TO KEEP THE SCORE OF THE EUH nrairror ros the wsrxTCH.1 AMOKG the less known sports which in terest the ath letes ot this country none Is better for the development of wind and mus cle than the game popularly called "Hare and Hpunds." The proper title is "Harriers," and under this name it ranks with the oldest sports known. The term oric- Crossing a Tbrdable Stream, inated in En gland centuries ago, when genuine hares weie the subject of the chase and genuine hounds were employed to assist the sports men in running down their game. At some date, not easy to fix, the gentlemen engaged in the run came to the conclusion that there was about as much .fun in" chasing imag inary hares as real ones, and much more chance for emulation. The game has under gone many modifications, an...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 7 April 1889

Mkm JRTCW 'W THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH. THIRD PART. PAGES 17 TO 20 i .rr SIAM AM) ITS PEOPLE. The Venice of the Orient and Its Miles of Floating Houses. BAKGKOK AXD ITS WATERWAYS. A Country here AU thB "ontfea Wear Short Hair and ILL THE BABIES SMOKE CIGARETTES fCOEKESPOXBEKCE OT THE DISPATCH. J BANGKOK, Siam, February 5. Siam is one of the out-of-the-way countries of the world. None of the great steamship lines of the Pacific or of the Indian ocean' stop at it Few globe trotters visit it and it is about 1,500 mile out of the regu lar line of travel around the world. ' The great Siamese peninsnla juts down -from the east coast of Siamese Slave. China. It contains half a dozen different countries, the chief of which are Burmah, Siam and the French States of China. Siam itself is at the lower end of the peninsula and it bounds the greater part of that mighty body of water known as the Gulf of Siam. It is 1,300 miles long, and at its widest part it is 450 miles wide. It is almost as flat ...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 7 April 1889

color, and is used in all the buildings. It is cut into tiles for roofing purposes, and, when completed, houses look like those boys of the Xbrth build -with snow. Liberal ap plications of -whitewash and Portland ce ment on side and roof give to the whole an asDect of purity and cleanliness unsur passed. They Stand like marble structures in a setting cool and green. Some caressed by the roses, some guarded by the palm; Borne hid in tropic bowers fit tor a fairy queen. Some hugging sky-blue waters in sea-bays cTcr calm! Facts, Not Fancies. Beemtjba is a natural park on the bosom I of the Atlantic The peculiar stuff she is juuue vi una uejpcu mi buho u umj -- mensely. Tor instance: There are no wells - ot sweet water in Bermuda, hence Jupiter Pluvius is chief engineer and water assessor I combined. The plumber could not wear diamonds in Bermuda. Bain comes quite 1 regularly there, and the reservoir of every citizen xs always well filled. The rain is caught from the snow-white roofs an...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 7 April 1889

THE FROZEN VIOLETS. -BY- Ernest H". ITTIiE Bertha was a very poor girl, who well deserved every b o dy ' s pity. ta. 4tf irKriMU. "" " "' SgI2?flS't phan.heriather and mother having died, while she was but a very few weeks old. Since then Bertha had been living in the house of an old uncle of hers. But from the first day she entered her Uncle's family, her troubles and hardships commenced. Her uncle was very kind to her, it is true, but unfortunately for Bertha he was so rrIy at home, she sometimes would not see him for six mouths. Curing all that time she remained in the power of her aunt, who liked Bertha not at all. The aunt had a great number of children and they were all very homely looking girls. But Bertha was a very beautiful child, whose face shone always forth from the ugliness of her cousins like arose would appear among half a dozen buttercups. It had made her annt envious, and whenever the opportunity presented itself, the woman began to scold the child for her beauty, ...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 7 April 1889

j - C1 '"' 5 20 TO JOIN TTO OCEANS. The Superiority of the Kicaraguan Koute for a Canal to UNITE THE ATLANTIC AND PACIFIC The Difficulties Which Would Hare to ho Overcome. A PEETII GOOD CODKTEI TO LITE IS rOOSSErOSO3CCZF THE DISPATCH. CORINTO, Ni caragua, March SO. The many accounts which have appeared in American news papers regarding the proposed Nic aragua inter oceanio canal have been deficient in Old Sentry Box at tort "" -,-. San Juan. respects. They have been tor the most part mere collections of financial and engineering statistics. They have furnished no idea of the wonderful resources of this country and the manifest destiny of its progressive population toward consolidation with the vast United Bepub lic which will one day extend from the sixth parallel of north latitude to the sixtieth. On the San Juan JUver. They have given no idea of the scenery, climate and social conditions prevailing along the line of the proposed canal. This port of Corinto, the old Bealejo, is out...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 8 April 1889

FORTY-FOURTH TEAR. THE OHIOMAI H, G, With One of His Own Slate in the Presidental Chair, He Finds That HE CAN'T GET AN OFFICE. Now He Threatens to Sulk in His Tent at the Fall Elections. OTHER OFFICE SEEKERS ARE DISGUSTED They Exen Sav That Hnrrlion Moves More Slowly Than Cleveland Did In Mating: Removals Packing Up Their Grips and Lettvine the Capital Several Import ant Appointment Expected This Week Canadian Railroads to be Prevented From Catching Good Trade From American Roads The White House Get tine Shabby President Hartison Talks Even Lew Thnn Grant Did Randall Again Sick in Bed. All reports agree that there is a great deal of dissatisfaction among the office seekers at "Washington. The Ohio men say they have not had anything at all, and go so far as to threaten to take their State out of the Republican column this fall. Other wonld-be hired men of the Government de clare that Harrison is moving more slowly than Cleveland didin removals, and in their disgust, are leaving the c...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 8 April 1889

.j.tr&jHBg(Uf'' '3T a' i .ari " Tgr.'Jt-'-jwj.mi'-M ygycgy ' ' T3 "s AGEES0F ME. Hubbard's Mammotli Ax fac tory is Totally Destroyed. A HALF MILLION DOLLAES Will Barely Cover the Great Loss Sus tained by the Company. THE ORIGIN KE1IAIKS A MISTERY. Hundreds of Hen Are Thrown Idle and Lose Valuable Tools. THE FIKII TVAS IKSDKED FOR $165,000 The mellow-toned church bells had scarce ceased to disturb the calmness of the bright spring morning, when the harsh jingle of the ever-dreaded fire alarm broke the still ness of the Sabbath day and awoke the echoes of a thousand tongues. The wor shiper ceased his prayers for a moment, the sluggard turned over in his bed, and a host of others dropped their tasks and counted one, two, three, a pause; one, two, three, four, a second panse, and then one, and a longer stop 311, corner of Forty-eighth street and the Allegheny Valley Railroad, the most dreaded box in Lawrenceville, sit uated in the very midst of a manufacturing district. A signal fro...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 8 April 1889

.THE PITTSBimG- DISPATCH, MONDAY, APE.IL 8K 1889.- ' WATER EVERYWHERE Is the Burden of the Arguments From Pulpit and Rostrum. MEN WHO WANT NO OTHER DRINK Talk to Congregations in Churches, Thea ters and Halls, for Prohibition. THE CAUSES AND COST OF CRIMES "The Saloon as the Source of Crime; the Remedy," was the subject selected by Dr. Sutherland at the Second Presbyterian Church last evening, and it was treated in a very thorough manner, about as follows: The difference between crime, vicoand sin is: Crime is that which is punishable by hu man law; Tice is that which should be avoided as injurious to health; sin is that which is hurt ful to selt and others and expopes one to divine wrath and punishment. The chief object for us, therefore, is to investigate and remedy sin; to trace out the cause and cure of vice, and for the legislator to provide for the detection, punishment and prevention of crime. Crime is largely due to the defects of govern ment; but because there are sins, at ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 8 April 1889

r ' r t i t J :v 4 lp Bigplclj. ESTABLISHED FEBRUARY 8, 1848. Vol. 44, o. 60. Entered at Pittsburg PostotBce, November 14, 1SS7, as second-class matter. Business Office 97 and 99 Fifth Avenue. News Booms and Publishing' House75, 77 and 79 Diamond Street. Average circulation of the dally edition of The Dispatch far six months ending April 1, 1SS9, 27,986 Copies per I sine. Average circnlatlon of the Sunday edition of The Diapatcb for March, 1S9, 46,423 Copies per Issue. TERMS OF TOE DISPATCH. rOSTAGE FBI IN THE EXITED STATES. Datlt DisrATCB. One Year J 8 00 Daily Dispatch, Per Quarter 2 00 DAlLTDisrATcn, OneTMonth 70 DjULT DISPATCH, including Sunday, one year 10 00 Daily Dispatch, including Sunday, per quarter. "2 50 Daily Dispatch, lnc udlng bunday, one month. . 00 Scmay Dispatch, oneyear 2 SO Weekly Dispaich, one year. 125 The Daily Dispatch is delivered by carriers at IS cents per week, or including the bunday edition, at SO cents per cck P1TTSBDRG, MONDAY. APR. 8, 1883. THE DYNAM...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 8 April 1889

ft Jt es THE PITTSBtTJRG -DISPATCH, ; -MONDAY, AHOLST ''-ISS """ V J -, -i" .-" . k jr ?; -5V :-', 5" bt- .. fc !' &W OUTLAW'S DEATH. Detecliyes Have a Bloody Battle With Bill Moran, the TEEROR OP THE FLAT TOP REGION. His Pleasant Practice of Kunning Eailroads Cut Short. ilLTHE A'LWS EEOM XEAE-BI TOTOS . ,ErECXU.TELEGBAM TO Till DISPATCH. 1 Bramweli,, .W. Va., April 7. The de tails of the killing of Bill Moran, the ter ror of Flat Top coal region, which occurred last Tuesday at a point about 20 miles from Pocahontas, in Bramwell county, Virginia, shows the fight which ended in the death of the outlaw to have been one of the most ex citing and desperate ever known in this part of the country. Moran has for a year past been a veritable terror to the people along the border be tween the two States, and tor the past three months he has been especially obnoxious, openly defying the authorities, running things pretty much as he pleased, and de claring at every opportunity that he woul...

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

OS THEIR JOURNEY. The Pedestrians Start the Big t Six-Day Bace AMID GREAT EXCITEMENT. St. Louis Opinions About Pittsburg's Ball Players. LEAGUE UMPIRE BARNUM'S VIEWS. Ward Fully Explains Why He Won't Go to Washington. GENERAL SPORTING NEWS OF THE DAT The big race has started, and what the re sult Trill be nobody can tell. Probably no contest in this city ever commenced under more farorable auspices. Judging from the attendance at the start, midnight as it was, the event seems to have aroused consider able public interest To a great extent a contest, such as the one in question, is an innovation here. True, there was a.142 liours' race here years apo, but in no respects was it anything like tbe present one. It would be difficult to find a more evenly matched field than that which started this morning. Two or three of the very best pedes trians in the world are absent, bnt this only equalizes matters amonj those who are here. The great anxiety of many of tbe contestants is to get over...

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

E ThePennycomequicks Written for THE DISPATCH by S. BARING GOULD, Author Of 'MEHAl,AH,,,"COUETEOTAL1""JOHNHEEKlko,,,,'THEQXTEEX;KS,"ETO ALL RIGHTS SYNOPSIS OF PRECEDING CHAPTERS. Mrs. Sldebottom and her sen. Captain Penny comequlck, are unable to live In the stTle they lh on their Income of 30, and speculate on the probable toruine they mar receive on the death or Mrs. Sldebottora's half-brother. Jere lnlah l'eunx comequlck. The latter Is in love with his niece, balome Cusworth. -who lives with him. Jeremiah l'ennycomequlck, -while walking at midnight. Is overtaken by a flood Irom a bursted. reservoir. He and another man. who is half clad, seek refuse in a but, and Jeremiah wraDS bis coal around his companion. After the flood subsides a bod v is lound which Is identified by the card case in the coat pocket as that or Jeremiah Pennycomequlck. Philip 'l'ennycomequlck is telegraphed for and arrives. A will is fonnd making Salome Cusn orth her uncle's heiress, but the document has been ...

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

-' THBv 5IT-TSBURG, PISFATCH M0NDA3", AEKEL ' 8; 1889: 8. - A . "XU I r TOWGMfyBEWABK Dr. De Witt Talmage Preaches in St. Louis From the Text, AS AN OX TO THE SLAUGHTER. He Points Out the Dangers of Borrowing, and Shows That IXEZimS POSSESSES SOME CAPITAL 1EFSCLU. TELEGRAM TO THE DISPATCB.1 . ST." LOUIS, April 7. The KeY. T. De "Witt Talmage, D. D., of Brooklyn, preached here this evening to a vast audi ence. His subject was "The Slaughter," and his text, Proverbs, vii, 21: "As an ox to the slaughter." The eloquent preacher said: There is nothing in the voice or manner of the butcher to indicate to the ox that there is death ahead. The ox thinks he is coins on to a rich pasture field of clover, where all day long he will revel in the herbaceous luxuri ance; but after a while the. men and the boys close in upon him with sticks and stones and shouting, and drive him through the bars a,nd Into a doorway, where he is rastencd, and with a well aimed stroke the ax fells him; and so the an...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 9 April 1889

SHREWD HEX IN BUSINESS Can reach the best class or investors thrown THE JIS. PATCH. The best man In taiuinnsBcan I also bo. through PATCH. i"; iXDRTY-FOTJJiTH YEAE. m mm Of Leeching the Blood of Pitts r burg's Prosperity to Aid Monopoly AROUSING GREAT SHIPPERS. Iron Manufacturers' Freight Pool Organizing to , Eesist It; INTERVIEWS THAT EOEO. B. F. Jones, J. H. Kicketson and Others Disclose and Favor as Mnch as Carnegie. PRODUCE AKD GRAIN MEN SPLIT. JIhe Great Drygoods Merchants Likewise Divided as to What Exists and tt hat Should be Done. 'AWFUL HANDICAP OX PITTSBURG COAL A movement is on foot among Pittsburg iron manufacturers to organize for relief from the freight discriminations against tbem. Dispatch reporters yesterday fonnd some mighty strong supporters of Andrew Carnegie in his war on the Pennsylvania Railroad. Hon. B. F. Jones shows up other unjust discriminations. He does not believe, however, that a State commission is the best remedy. Mr. John H. Bicketson pictures the g...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 9 April 1889

P ' ft. " O W imm firm In Their late Resolution ,to Down the Milk Dealers. ANOTHER MEETING IS HELD And Some of tho Rural Waverers . Are Brought Into the Fold. HEAKTIUE A3IERRI WAR GOES OX. The Creamery Company Hustled and the Dealers TVere on Hand, BUT THE CONSUMER GETS THE BENEFIT. The war between the milk dealers of Pittsburg and Allegheny and the Chartiers Creamery Company commenced yesterday in dead earnest. There was a lively hustling going on at the various depots in the morn ing, when the milk arrived. Fortunately, lowever, for the people, enough 'milk was obtained to supply all their wants, and while there was a scarcity in some parts of the cities, it was not sufficiently large to in convenience anybody. Most of the snippers, true to their agree ment with the creamery company, shipped their cans to that concern, and Mr. Heed said that he received 10,000 gallons of milk during the morning, and that he got rid of nearly all of it. Most of the farmers ac companied their cans t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 9 April 1889

-& the mm'mimM hwtws ' & : 3--Dtjplajf advcrtttementt one dollar per 4 ?uarc for one insertion. Classified advertise iment on this page such as Wanted, IbrSale, . j2b Let, eta, ten cents per line for each inser V ',on ad none taken Jor 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 advertisements will be received up to 9 P. M. for inser tion next morning: Advertisements are to be prepaid except where , advertisers already have account -with Tmc Dls-r-JLTCH. ' rrrrsBUKG. THOMAS McCa'fKHKY. 3M Butler street. EMU, G. STUCKET. 2ttu street and Penn ave. E. G. ST0CKEY CO., Wylle ave. and Fulton St. 2.. STOKELY. Fifth Avenue Market Uouse. EAST ZKD. J. W. "WALLACE, 6121 Tcnn avenue. f OAKLAND. 2ICALLISTEK SHEIBLER, 5th av. & Atirood St. EOUmSIBE. JACOB Sl'OHX. Ko.I Carson street. CHAS. SCHWABM, 1J07 Carson street. AL...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 9 April 1889

I - V. WUESK&T, '-aSERUT ?9r- 1889.V fc.'JKj'j'P w' V SHtoS? .- irail ". T-aT K- ' .. t ..-. . - " " "'4 Vjjt Bippfrlj. ESTABLISHED FEBRUARY 8. 1S18. Vol. , No. 6L Entered at Plttsbnrgrostoffice, Noi ember It, 1S87, as second-class matter. Business Office 07 and 99 Fifth Avenue. News Rooms and Publishing House75, 77 and 79 Diamond Street. Average clrcalatlon of the dally edition of The Dispatch for six months ending: April 1. 1SS9, 27,986 Copies per Isaac Averace circulation of the Sunday edition of The Dispatch for March, 1SS9, 46,423 Copies per issne. TERMS OF TOE DISPATCH. POSTAGE TKCC IX THE UXTTED STATES. Daily Dispatch. One Year t 8 00 Daily DitrATCii, Tcr Quarter 2 00 Daily Dispatch. One Month 0 Daily Dispatch, Including Sunday, one year .. 10 00 Daily Dispatch, Including Sunday, per quarter 2 50 Daily Dispatch, Including Sunday, one month 90 feUNDAY Dispatch, oneyear 2 50 Weekly Dispatch, one year. 1 25 The Daily Dispatch Is delivered by carriers at 15 cnts per week, or ...

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