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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 21 April 1889

FSL.'Zz-'V. 'TiS. . r4 r ' THE PITTSBUJRG DISPATCH .SUNDAY, APBIL ,21, -i 1889. !W"X"Ff W 1 r at- tu S4i7 NO NEEDJORHLARM. Ohio's Fluid Will Not Supersede- .' the Pennsylvania Product, but it May Become -The basis of oil values. sSome Kemarkable Characteristics of the Bock in the Lima Field. OXE WELL WILL DEAIfl "FIFTY ACRES. EeTlcw of the Situation Overdrawn Mnleiucnti Excitement In tbe Lima Field Peculiarities of tbe Sock Forma tion The Fluid Has to be Tumped What Are the Standard' rian?-Ue-fillers Who Are Building Air Castles Will They be Frozen Out? No Advance In the Price of Lima Olllikelyto Occur in the Near Future. "We give this morning a general review of the oil situation as affected by the Standard operators in the Ohio field. From this it would appear that Pennsylvania producers need not be greatly alarmed. The price of their product is not likely to be immedi-. ately depreciated, although it is probable that in the near future Lima oil will be the basis of value for all ...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 21 April 1889

6 OH THEJALL FIELD, The Local Sluggers Slaughter Jack Chapman's Stars. KUEHNE'SHEAYY HITTING. Besults of the Association Games East and West ALLEGHENY COUNTY LEAGUE. Orator Schaffer Obtains flis Kelease From Des Moines. INTERESTING GOSSIP ABOUT PLAIEES Almost all the brilliancy was knocted off those Stars from Syracuse yesterday afternoon at Kecreation Park. They essayed to play a game of ball with the sluggers of our own town and were prettynear walloped out of tight. There is now and then a pleasure in looking at a contest where the victims make something like a struggle, though victory may seem impossible. Jack Chapman's host, however, did not make the semblance of a contest yesterdayand there were no umpires to blame, at that The plain and simple fact was that the visitors were outclassed in all respects. "Whatever the Stars may be in less classic regions than tbe National League, they are a lev degrees too high when coping with the Pittsburg aggregation. Bishop, who formerly wa...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 21 April 1889

V'pr $ K r ' 'S The Fat Princess of Bunkum and of Fraud Has a ' Double in Europe. HER VICTIM AN EX-KING. Churchill and Chamberlain Snarling Like a Couple of Cats. THEY CANT KECOTEE FEOJIROCHESTEE An Engineering Scheme Adrcnced to Avoid Trouble Caused by tbe Gnlf Stream Religions Londoners Being Re minded Thnt Charltr Begins at Home A Physician Gives His Life Unneces sarily to Stive That of a Child Baron Gevcra Proves Himself No Gentleman, Though He is a Dlplomate A Sea Cnp taia of Half a Century Kearing the End of Life's Voyage The Earl of Shefflcld Thinks Somo One Is Rnbbing It in On Him Cardinal tcvnnan hot Dying. - Madame Diss Debar has a doable in Europe. It is Madame Christich. Lawyer Marsh's European duplicate is ex-King Milan, who is as much under the influence of his "medium" as Mr. Marsh was under the Diss Debar's. Captain Cook, who Jor a half century sailed back and forth across the Atlantic, is Bearing the end of his voy age of life. Churchill and Chamberlain are reported...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 21 April 1889

ft l r i- & W-is A GKEAT TEMPTATION Extended Toward the Most Cele- brated of the World's Burglars, AN EXHIBIT OP FAMOUS JEWELS. A Peace Congress to le Held Whil Annies are Being Strengthened. PARIS ESTHDBIASTS MUCH EXCITED. Kewfeandliai Fishenntn Dcmuid Protection lot Hull Cillinc The great loan exhibition rhich opens in Vienna to-morrow contains such a vat amount of treasure that it appears a terri ble temptation to the world's burglars to test their powers. English newspapers are bored with complaints from indignant Kew ionndlanders, who demand that their fish ing rights be protected. Parisians are daily becoming more cxciVirt over -their coming Exposition. CST C1BLX TO THE DISPATCH. London, April 20. Copyrighted. To a burglar with ambition and nerve, Vienna just now presents a unique opportunity. A Loan Exhibition of specimens of the gold smith's art will open on Monday, in the palace of Prince Schwarzenberg, and people who have seen the superb collection cannot find adjectiv...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 21 April 1889

A"4" '' 'ls ?-, t : , vh tJfc'J V - A;.. PAGES-9T0 IB. SECOND PART. - Ap .wm v m .-1.-1' it '& Ft?. "" AMERICANS IN ASIA. .How Many of Oar Citizens Live in Japan, i, Korea, Siam and China. ;S0HE OF ODE ASIATIC DIPLOMATS. TVho They Are, What They Get, and Some thing About Their Homes. AMERICANS WHO ADTISE MONAECHS fOOEEISPOXDENCI OF TUX DISPATCH.1 i & & BANGKOK, Siam, March 10. The Hon. Ja cob T. Child, our Minister to the court of Siam, was in the United States at the time of the Presidential election. Upon the announce- "... ment of the re sult he at once sent in his resignation to Secretary Bayard to take effect in March next, and he has just returned to Bangkok to complete a work which he is preparing on Siam and the Siamese. He has been gathering notes for this book during his four years' stay here, and he writes at it daily, clicking out his poetic opinions of these strange people upon an American typewriter. He tells me he has enjoyed his stay in Siam, but that he ...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 21 April 1889

s&sra f i - id 0E4IB WOMAN'S GLOKY An Interesting Sjmposium on the Proper Care of the Hair. OPINION OP A PKETTI ACTEESS. 'Timely Hints for Women Who Want to Grow Old Gracefully. KEGLECT CAUSES THEHAIETO FALL OUT mmllM FOB TITS DISPATCH.1 I do nothing to my hair except comb it and -wash it. I believe in plenty of eau haturelle. My maid gives my head a shampoo occasionally, and brushes and combs my hair every day. I never use oil or any of the things that are said to make the hair glossy. "When I am playing parts in which I wear my hair down, as in "The Quick and the Dead," my hair needs wash ing and combing very often. "When I dress my hair I seldom put it up twice alike. I arrange it just as the fancy takes me. I never twist it so tightly as to injure it Crimping and curling with hot iron injures the hair, and I guess the patent mixtures do more harm than good. Nearly all Amer ican women have good hair, if they will only take care of it Their hair is heavier and better than that...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 21 April 1889

m? A' V - a-V THE PITTStflJhlGr DISPATCH,. STJHDAT,1 21, 188 r 5 A REVIEW OF SPORTS Something About the Prom ising Local Ball Players. .OPENING OF THE SEASON. fPresident Spaldinsandthe 12-Month Contract System BALL PLAYERS AND SALOOKS. f John L. Sullivan and Jake Kilrain Com- pared as Fighters. GENERAL SPOETING KEWS OP THE DAI The championship struggle trill begin oir Wednesday among the National Iieague clubs. The prospects of a busy and pros perous season never -were brighter, and those financially interested in the bnsiness neTer "were more confident. The eight clnbs seem to be better, generally speakinir, than last year. Of course Cleveland is not as strong as Detroit was, bnt the balance of them ap pear to be stronger than they -were. Onr team has had a reasonable try daring the last few weeks, but it would be unfair to form any estimate of the team's merits on the work done. That the club is consider ably better than it was last year no one will doubt, that is, if we take it o...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 21 April 1889

?.j ffjpy! v , 12 IN THE SOCIAL HW1M. THE PBOPER THING. White Shoes No Longer Worn 'WIthETen. inc Drcs Etiquette ol Wedding Recep tions R. S. V. P. No Longer Used on In Tltatloni No Regular Wny of Announc lns nn Engagement. . The author of "DonU" this week answers a camber of questions from persons who wish to know what is the proper thing to do in embarrasing positions in which they oc-' casionally find themselves placed while mingling in the gay and giddy whirl of society. L Will yon kindly tell me If white shoes should Be worn with a light dress at an evening party? 2. What gloves should be worn with a .Black costume; 1. White shoes are not now worn at all. The most fashionable shoes for evening wear are ties or gaiters of onze leather. 2. Tan colored gloves ate generally worn with a black cos tume. VTEDDUfO BECErXIOKS. I attended a wedding reception, and upon en tering was presented to the bride for the first time. Alter the most formal greetings I passed on through the room to ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 21 April 1889

' "V "'!! i " Sf' .BC:' THE PITTSBURG- DISPATCH, SOOTDAY, APKLL 21, 1889. i !,! " Si fev v "iy- THE MUB1C WORLD. At this time, rhen attention is particu larly directed toward church music as ex emplified in the special .Easter programmes, it is peculiarly appropriate to speak of the kind and quality of the work being done by the choir of St Andrew's P. E. Church, Kinth street Tor -a year or two past Organist Ii. C. "Webster and his quartet hare made a cus tom ot giving special musical services upon the Sunday evenmzs of Lent and Advent Each season one or more appropriate works in the cantata or oratorio form has been chosen and so subdivided as to be com pleted within the proper number of Sundays The special music has been given after the regular evening service and before it began the rector, Bev. J. 0. White. D. D., has been in the habit of reading the words to be iung and briefly commenting 'upon their context and significance. There have been difficulties in the way. Only a quar...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 21 April 1889

-&. 1f1Mu -m3 'T.? -VT& && f .i v-'&vr&E ---"fj' S' tv' -t 14 ri STUDY OF SUICIDE. IjHow Civilization Fosters the Ten dency rowaru reio ae oe. ITS FIRST FOHH SACRIFICIAL. The Causes Underlying Suicide Substan tially the Same at All Times. IKFLUEXCES THAT FATOfi THE CHIME. WRITTEN roR THE DISrATCH.l The increase of suicide -with the progress ofcirilization is a matter or grave and in significant import. That there is such an increase, statistics abundantly prove. Com mon to all parts of the globe, and practiced by all nations and peoples -whether civilized or not, it is nowhere so common or universal as in the more advanced and progressive centers of the -world. The mere proximity of such a center increases the suicidal rate throughout the territory around. Is the fact condemnatory of civilization itself? Say rather that it is, like those other facts of murder and insanity, the evolutionary re sult of natural and spiritual law. Civiliza tion is the evolution t...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 21 April 1889

?r -f M. : jf 'A. 5 A PEEP AT THE PAST. Inside Glimpses of Pittsburg Half a ; eiitury Ago Secured. From THE PAGES OP A LAWYER'S DIARY. Charles Scully's Record of Social and Poli tical Events Here. PACTS THAT WILL PLEASE OLD TIMES twmrnit toe the dispatch.! Backward, turn backward, Oh! Time, In thy flight, And make me a child again, Just for to-night. Seventeen years ago I was city editor and "so on" of the Pittsburg Post, and one of the most critical, entertaining and scholarly visitors to the sanctum of the "only" at that day.jwas Charles Bonaventure Scully, Esq., brother ot John D. Scully, Esq. He was a -warm personal friend of the late lamented editor of the Post, James P. Barr, Esq., was an able lawyer, and attorney of the Schenley estate; was, I think, City At torney for one term; was a stanch Whig and a still stancher Abolitionist; was a"liter ary feller" in the best sense of the term, and shored in the upper society circles of" that day. He left a diary which is a veritable s...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 21 April 1889

" r R, . r a";. IPITTSBDEe TO GULF. WL Shanty-Boatman's Yearly Journey Through the Bayous. PLOTS OP QUEER THIKGS AFLOAT. NHonej JTade Catching Mud Turtles and Mustrats. YEOTSON, WILD TUEKEI 1KD HOE CAKE rcoKKEsroxsxxcs or xhz DisrATcn. J CnrcrNlTATI, April 20. A rough pine box, 20 feet long by 11 leet wide and 7 feet high, secured upon the flat bottom of a home-made batteau, came up the river in some mysterious way last night, and this morning was seen tied to a peg driven in the sand at Shanty-Boat Town, on the Kentucky shore, opposite Cincinnati. ItVai the home of Captain Silas With ers, and in about 30 days, by easy stages, rill have,completed its journey, and be nose en to a Pittsburg wharf. The tide of travel among the nomads who mate up the numerous tribe of house- ft,' coalmen is slowly selling normwaro, ana I by the 1st ot June all of that leisure class r . . - . . . ... .i s - tho 10110W me warm weavner iuiu me bayous, and come back with it to the " North, will be tied up a...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 21 April 1889

- t I THIRD PART. H ? conservative cuba; "i People Who Cling to the Laws and uusiuuis ui meir rureiainers. - A COSMOPOLITAN POPULATION. . The Oriental and Semi-Barbaric Marble Homes of Havana. HAP-HAZAED HOUSEKEEPING IN CUBA rcOEEISPOXDEXCB OT TEI SISFATCB.1 HAVANA, Cu ba, April 5. Any thing more uncom mon than the man ners and customs of the Cubans cannot be conceived. They are a people who never change. As their seasons are merged into one continual summer, so their ideas seem to run in a channel J to -which there is J Banana Tree, no outlet or devia tion. The laws of their forefathers have be come their laws, as they will become the laws of their children and children's chil dren. It thus transpires that an old world changelessness hangs over the rude walls and crumbling buildings of their ancient city. It is dirty, picturesque, oriental, semi-barbaric To clean or renovate would be considered a folly; to rebuild or remodel, a desecration. A number of "years ago the walls of a lar...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 21 April 1889

?r,m?rffm 18. THE PITTSBURG : DISPATCH, ' SUNDAY, -" APRIL 21, 1889. : .a grav of the morning indeed, when she could hardly see thonghshe had opened her exes, .finding herself summonedbyihe En glish speaking member of the Shawnee yarty. This woman then made a prompt gesture of silence, which gave her to under stand that the fewer words spoken the better. The woman wakened Mary as soon as she saw that Sarah was well awake, and in a whisper Sarah bade her be as still as she might be. In a moment they were upon their feet, and their guide silently led them alonf the beach, on the other side of t thft island from that where thev had been Is upset. Here, in the gray morning light, to Sarah's infinite relief, they could see a canoe stranded. She needed no solicitation when her guide pointed her where she was i to sit. She placed Mary on the seat, but did not enter it herself till she had helped the other to push it down the sand, and it was afloat in the water. Tne girl had herself rowed ...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 21 April 1889

J? is? rrZ W j s KJ ," W . - Hummingbird Castle. BY ERNEST H. HEINRICHS. IWlUTTtN FOB TBI DISPATCH. TJMMINGBIED Castle was the most interesting land mark in the 'whole country, because it was the most myste rious and people knew less abont it than about any other place in the entire neighbor hood. How long the magnificent building, with its jundred turrets, its many arched windows, its large portal and magnificent hall, had been standing on Hummingbird Hill, nobody knew. Some of the oldest people said they remembered when 'it was not on the hill, but when they were asked who had built it they shook their gray heads and said they did not know. Xeither knew anybody who ljved in the castle, or who had ever lived in there. Even the most imaginative of the country's storytellers was not bold enough to state that he knew all about it because he had been there. So it was that Hummingbird Castle was, -and it seemed to remain a mystery. The castle was a beautiful structure. It stood on the v...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 21 April 1889

Z1 "tin . fKt if & I v s t 20 LMDS OF THE LOTUS. P ' The Tropical Island of St. Thomas, "Which Very Kearly Became A PART OP THE UKITED STATES. The Ruined Castle of the Original and Only Bluebeard. ETEKI MODERN LANGUAGE SPOKEN ICOREESrOKDEhCE OInr DISPATCH. J St. Thomas, March 18.-If the gentle reader will take a map of the "West Indiesbe will notice a group of almost countless little islands sweep ing southward from 3orto Kico in & graceful curve, until the farthermost all hut touches the Delta of the Orinoco river. They are so numerous and so neighborly that it would seem difficult for a large ship to pass through, and they do afford a pro tection to the waters of the Caribbean Sea from the gales of the Atlantic. These are the Caribbean Islands, the Lesser Antilles, among the most picturesque and delightful Epots on earth, as beautiul as any in the Mediterranean, and with a better climate than the rest of the tropics. Although they have been settled for nearly 400 years, an...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 22 April 1889

i' ' , The Dispatch has a Special Courier with ttaeX)tlahoma Boom ers. He will enter the New OKLAHOMA Canaan with them to-day. and will graphically furnish I : an rcauers witu they occur. rORTT-rOHRTH TEAS. WAlTiNGJTHE WORD, Thirty Thousand Oklahoma Boomers r Take a Last Look From Afar- AT THE PROMISED LAND. An Ominous Silence Eeigns on the Line "at One Side, but PDRCELL IS IN A PERFECT UPROAR. The Oklahoma Legion Proves it Really Ex ist by Issuing a Manifesto Neither Time Kor Inclination Alone the Line for Easter Services An Ohio Man Preaches nSermon and a Kentucky Judge Fnts in a Good Word for His Own Schemes Rumors of Five Boombcra Being Wonnded and One Killed Threats of Taking Away Ail Wenpons Before the Entry Is Made A Number of stampedes nt PBrcell, Followed by Arrests. At soon to-day the wild ruth is to be made for the promised land of Okahoma bj the thousands of eager would-be home steaders. Thirty thousand of them yester day took a longing, lingering look from the neutral l...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 22 April 1889

Sy- gr, m&iamfl$!mi!FQ "V - . .'i 2 DOM OS THE DANCE. Father Cosgrove Lays Down the Law to Eis Young Parishioners, FOEBIDDIKG MASKING TO-KIGHT. Promise to Take Severe Measures Faib to Deter Some Cancers, WHO EXPECT TEODBLE KEXT SUNDAY. Bev. Father Cosgrove, pastor of St. James Catholic Church, West End, made some startling statements yesterday from thepnlpit ot his church that will likely cause a tilt between him and the youngmen and women of his congregation. He posi tively forbids them to engage in round dancing, and says that unless they stop the practice he will take steps to make them do bo. Some of his young parishioners believe this is a practical promise to read out the names of those who continue the pleasure of round dancing and attend balls and picnics. This is Father Cosgrove's first rebuke to the congregation since he took charge of the parish, and the matter was the general subject for discussion among West Enders yesterday. Passing along the streets last night, on...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 22 April 1889

v. WS ' evmrr m 'asa - 'PEDTSBUEG-- DISPATGH 'MONDAY, .ARLL -22, ' v ?,,. A-SffflLLNG STUDY. Why .Are There More Young Crimi nals Now Than Ever Before? MORE MARCH JDVEH1LE TRIALS la the Courts Than Could -be Counted Up in Fire Tears -Back. IB IT DDE TO MDEDEEEES' ESCAPES? Since "hangm s played out in Alle gheny county," the study of murder statis tics will startle thousands who, to maintain selfish comfort, never look on the dark side of the picture. The last man hanged in this city was a poor colored fellow, who had no money of consequence to use in his defense, and he was sent to glory before the old jail was torn down, which was seTeral years ago. Since then between CO and 109 people hare been tried for murder, and- there hare been many murders committed within he county for whom no one has been tried. In this respect it would seem, that criminals know better how to work the telegraph and other supposed thief-catching appliances than do the authorities. 'Squire Patterson, who has...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 22 April 1889

Ha! i . HIj Bpftlj. ESTABLISHED FEBRUARY 8. 1816. VoU 44, No. 74. Entered at Pittsburg Postoffice, November 14, 18S7, as second-class matter. Business OfHce97 and 09 Fifth Avenue. News Booms andTublishingr House75, 77und 79 DlamondStreet. Averace circulation of the dally edltlsn of The Dispatch for six months ending April .1.1SS9, 27,986 Copies per Issue. Averace circulation of tfao Sunday edition of The Dispatch for March, 1SS9, 46,423 Copies per Issue. TERMS OF THE DISPATCH. rOSTAGB riJEE IN THE EXITED STATES. DAILY DISPATCH. One Year $ 8 00 DAILT DlsrATCH, Per Quarter. S 00 Daily Dispatch. One Month ."..... 70 Daily DlsrATCH, including Sunday, one year 1000 Dailt DlsrATCH, Including Sunday, per quarter. 350 Daily DisrATcn, Including Sunday, one month 00 SUNDAY DisrATcn, oneyear 2 50 r Weekly Dispatch, one year. 115 The Daily Dispatch 1$ delivered by carriers at 15 cents per week, orinclndlngtheSunday edition, at 3) cents per week POSTAGE Alt persona who mail the Sunday Usee of Th...

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