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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 12 May 1889

WK ,R '35 jf THE. PITTSBIRG DISPAT -& . - HGISSifO 16. SECOND PIRLT "W" -lJf- r ! ft-. WOMEN OF BPEMAR Beauty and Business Among the Ad Tanced Women of the Orient. WIYES CARET THE FAMILY PURSE. A Burmese Belle and Her Peculiar Dress and Big Cigars. DESCBJPH05 OF A BUEMEBB DIHNEB, fCOBEiSFOKBESCI OF IH DISFATCK.1 Bangoon, Bttb- Kah, March 18. The women of Bur mah are the most ad vanced women of the East The Japanese wife is addressed as slave by her hus band and she never appears to help him entertain his guests. The Korean madame never appears on the streets except after dark, and the small footed Chinese girl is the slave of her mother-in-law. She has no rights that her husband is hound to respect, and he can sell her when he is tired of her. The Siamese girl, though a step higher injthe order of human rights, has to support the family, and she is, according to law, the property of the king. The Malay woman is secluded in the harem of her husband, and the millions of women of I...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 12 May 1889

t I ' . TO. ?? Hpiivorg. Ifie American Institutlonsare not hampered, as in the case pf many European schools, bv dependence .upon private chari ty. And'yet the general public falls into the error o"f clossstving the schools for the deaf with charitable and reformatory iusti . tntions and asylums for the insane. NOT A CHABirgf The education of the deaf at the public ex pense is no more a charity than the oppor , tunitles afforded the hiring child under our " puhlic school system. The injury 'wrought upon the deaf by applying the term asylum to their schools is considerable. Not in frequently people look upon the institutions at places where the deaf ere kept somewhat after the manner of keeping the insane or. idiotic, or if schools at all, yet tho whose dispensations are charitable. It can readily be seen how rcpulsiTe such places must be to a person of refined, delicate sensibilities, and douKtless there are many deaf children who are deprived by these unjust notions of . the benefi...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 12 May 1889

IHTi ra. 'WSH wmp& r Fag&GwnirF -"? Hf- J vh- THE ExTTSBTJBGr 'DISPATOH, iSTJjmLY, MUDSflf 13. 189. 11 THE-:'IUSIG WOELD. A Critical Beview of Messrs. Woods and Wales' Lion of Pern. ITS GOOD AXD ITS BAD JOISTS. A Description of the Great Oratorio to bo Heard This Week. GOSSIP GLEAXED IK MUSICAL CIECLES Since Friday's Dispatch rendered a special verdict upon the facts in re the pro duction of the new opera, "The Lion of Pern," by Dr. E. A. "Wood and Mr. Leonard "Wales, a second performance has been heard and a hasty examination of the score had, both of which seem to justify the entry of critical judgment in favor of the pub lic; that the plaintiffs hare not made out a strong enough case of opera to support the claim for public patronage. And yet, from one point of view, these claimants have equities in their favor. Neither of them pretends to have had pre vious experience as librettist or opera com poser; and it would lie unfair to expect from them the skill that can only be...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 12 May 1889

SMEtSS,- r 5w. "isw : . '? ' ?-F ''r : .- THE. PMSBUB& JJOT'aL-'SlTOTXAj, . 3dA"; ?&. .lggff. . ?JN THE SOCIAL SWIM. &, 4 r 3 GOOD MANNERS. r Should a Lady Tnhe the Anns of Two Gen llemenf Wearing Diamond! Proper Occasions for Wearing a Prince Albert Coat. rWEITTES TOB THE DISPATCH;! The author of "Don't" this weeK comes to the rescue of many persons who wish to shine in society, but hare some doubts as to their brilliancy, and tells them the proper things to do in puzzling cases. Many ques tions are asked, and they are answered in a manner which makes the answers interesting to all. "Will you kindly answer the following ques tions: l. When accompanied In the even leg by two gentlemen,nelther of whom you un regard as de trof, is it proper to take the arms 01 both, or should you walk independently! 2. Also, what should you do if, when promenading in a ballroom, another gentleman should join you. especially if you are thor oughly tired of the gentleman you are with and wis...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 12 May 1889

'& f w ,Tr & -TtJ h EflBHITE IN FORCE. j . Immense Knmbers of Quail in West , .era Pennsylvania. PECULIAR HABITS OP THE BIRD. Becoming Educated to Its Perilous Inriroa ments. THE T10HCS OP THE POT HUKTEE imui-xxs roa ins dispxtch.j The thousands of sportsmen who read The DisrATCH every day, will learn with pleasure that the prospect for plenty of game next season in Northwestern Pennsyl vania are better than for many years past It may be said without the least exaggera tion that there ore more quail this spring in Lawrence, Bearer and Mercer counties than have ever been observed in April and Hay before. All along the Beaver river and its tributaries large flocks haTe been reported on nearly every farm, and oDe can scarcely take a drive in the country in the morning or evening without seeing two or more coveys along the road. As the nesting season usually begins about May 1, the quail will now be found in pairs scattered about the farms, and the merry notes of the male bird "...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 12 May 1889

"j$ i '- m ;-3" ?&' A& W Tt 14 THE PITTSBUBG DISPATCH, .STUTOAT, MAT 13, 1889. v r, - I P Opinions About the Some . Club's Eecent Work. ANSON'S LATEST VIEWS About the Injustice of the Classifi cation of P layers. B0LLIV1FS LATEST ESCAPADE. Comment on the Proposed Ellingsworth Dempsey Battle, IHS FUTUBE OP BOXING DISCDSSED "Dryden, I mean Alexander's Feast Dry den, in one of his beautiful little odes, tells os that "hope with goodly prospects feeds the ere." This sentiment is, indeed) consol ing in many phases of daily life; not only to the men of fortune and fashion, bnt also to the humblest plebeian. Bnt at this stage of the struggle for the National League baseball pennant perhaps hope's goodly prospects are more consoling to the admirers of the local ball club than to any other class of citizens. Judging from the straggle so far there it, indeed, much to hope ior. "Whether half of it will ever be realized I know not, but probably it is better to lire in hope than die in d...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 12 May 1889

7, 'i P?5v' .c She' 1- 1889. 1& 4 GHIHTS.GREAT WILL "1 'HenrjjJiTorman Describes the Camel Trains of Mongolia and - iflE' COUUTfiY OP GOG AHD MAGOG. Wonderful Work Wrought ly Human Hands of Long Ago. THE GBAXD TOMBS OP THE GREAT MWGS FBOH ODE TBATZXCfO C0OISSI0XEll.l The first time I met a camel train near Peking I reined up my pony and feasted my eyes upon it. And although I hare seen thousands since then, I find them just as amusing as ever. The two-humped or Bactrian camels of Korthern China are much bigger than those we know at home, and I hare seen few tights so picturesque as a string of them approaching over these brown plains. A dozen are fastened to tether by a cord attaching the nose of one to the tail of the ether; a bell, a couple of feet long, is hung round the neck of the last to warn the driver in front by its ceasing if the line breaks anywhere; a medley of bales and boxes and clothing is slung on their backs: ruddy-faced Mongols, dressed in scarlet and yellow, w...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 12 May 1889

'.. r J v :w: 'W 'ET i' UK 16 THE- PSBUKG SqiSiDikT." . MA.YV12, ,i88fc r -. THE SILENT SCHOIJB: Btory of a Mission Sunday School in a Carpenter's Shop and A PUPIL WHO WAS DEAF AND DUMB Origin of the Movement Which Led to the Establishment of' THE WILKINSBURG SCHOOL FOB MUTES prsirxzs roz tex eiepatch. A GAME of baseball, played without noise or outcry. Such, was the remark able spectacle which I witness ed a few clays ago. To set my self right before the public and maintain what ever reputation I may hare as a yeracious chron icler of cotempo- !.:-(., t Joel Kerr, the MisHon "J T. 7 School Superintendent hasten to say that the game was not played at Recreation "Park, but on the grounds of the "Western Pennsylvania Institute for the Deaf and Dumb at "Wilkinsburg. As both spectators and players were mutes, they found it easy to refrain from loud protests against the umpire's decisions and audible remarks on the brilliant plays made by different mem bers of the nines. I have witnessed...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 12 May 1889

THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH PtT THIRD PART. PIGES 17 TO 20. - PITTSBURG, SXJNDiCT, lLY i889. S . $BEf SPANISH HAIff. a - 'BeTerly Crnmp Writes About the Site of the FaWed Eldorado AMOKG THE WIKDWARD ISLABDS. ilate of Pitch Which Supplies the "fforia 4 With Asphaltum. "iIH OEIGIX OP THE ELDORADO MITH rcosBisrosMSCE or thb pispatch.'I POST OP SPAIN, TBDa dad, March 30. Trinidad is the largest of the "Windward Islands as large Us all the rest of them to getherand is real ly a fragment of the continent, broken off by some terrestrial convul sion and gradually separated by the erosion of the water from the Orinoco river, whose delta reaches for a distance of 600 miles. The island was chris tened by Columbus, -who reached its shores in 1198, after being buffeted by winds and wares and detained by calms for several months, and being reduced to the utmost extremity. There was only one small cask of fresh water on the ship, and the sailors had been on half rations for some time. The heat of the "...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 12 May 1889

Vi" VC- .-f V THE PITTSBUKG- DISPATCH, SUNDA1 MAT 18 12, '188Q. lick, like that of a drunken man. "A very little more and I had been done lor. "Yes, you were in ratlier a nasty box," i admitted, "but all's well that ends -well. j he and Tou're safe enough now. When I heard yon calling I thought it was a child your voice was so thin and faint " "It'i mighty fortunate for me that you heard me at all. I had given myself up for lost. "What a storm this isl" "Yes glorious, isn't it? It's the grandest spectacle I've ever seen. I tell yon, si r, it's veil for us that nature should occasionally kv m her sharp claw, utncrwise wea ret to considering her a quite tame domestic a 1.2.1. ch.'. rnk v nnv TnMTIS- Tin hn pel which she's not by any means. He J,t lived in vain -who has lived to ..nr wiiirii aut a uw. ...i -, .. . - - . . - Y,nt lived in vain who has lived to ex pericnce this Worm. And it's so exhilarat ing withal I It mates 'a man feel like a boy." "That would depend somewhat upon the...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 12 May 1889

KR - S c v t V '?' w ,i "5 UV.,? -"T; KtW S-1lfc A. rra HE EBONY ERINC Ernest H. SiTVElTTEH B THS PISPATCn.; QTJIEE VAE KEN was not only- one of the richest, tut he was also the happiest, wisest and tindest man in the whole coun ty. His estate was composed or miles upon miles of the finest farming land which stretched itself along the bank of the river. But there was also a crest deal of woodland belonging to the 'squire's prop erty, and the lumber ftpm his forest was famous all over the country for its excellence. He had a beautiful man sion which stood on the summit of a hill, surrounded by a park where the most exquisite flowers and brushwoods abounded n all their glorious magnificence of color and delicate perfume. The 'Squire lived in this mansion with his wife and his two children, a girl and a bov. While the 'Squire found pleasure and satisfaction in his great wealth, he was only trulv happy when with his family, and his lamily was never really happy unless he was among them....

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 12 May 1889

tfcL P 20 PICTURES OF SAMOA. "Wonderful Transition From Pagan ism to Christianity -DUBISG THE PAST FIPII TEAES, Intelligence, Chivalry and. Integrity of the Samoans. BIODHT LIFE IN THE HALUA MISSION ICOBRSSrOKPXXCX OF THE BISPATCH.1 Beidoton, Ms., May 17 "Yes, I was born in Samoa, and lay English parents were among the ear liest missionaries to that group, where they spent the best 20 years of their lives, constant ly engaged in the noble work of converting and civilizing those sav ages. They went there over 50 years ago, and all of their children, six of us, were born on those islands. My i XaliveChiefofthc Old Regime toother was the first white woman ever seen in Samoa." The speaker was the Eer. Charles Har butt, the present pastor of the First Congre gational Church of Bridgton, in "Western Maine, whom I found in his study at the Bridgton House, surrounded not only with books and pictures, but also with Saxnoan curiosities of various kinds, mostly relics of heathen day. These com...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 13 May 1889

ISPTfTW ' v -v" ?:!&. - - no; 7,. ';-"2 -) ." wm- -p.; V A RICH HARVEST will bo reaped advertise In Tub Dispatch. It reaches every borne and Is read by everybody. If yon are in business let tbe Eublic know it thropcUTHC IISPATCH. FORTY-ITOTJIITH YEAR A S Great Influence Exerted Over Many People by George Schtveinfurth, THE BEEKMAN1TE CHRIST. A Sect Rapidly Growing Through put the West. BOW THE MODERN MESSIAH LIVES. Origin, Pretensions and Remarkable Pro gression of tbe Alleged Second Savlonr Ills Personal Resemblance to the Fopu Iar Portrait of Jesus Cbrlst Tbe Ele gance, Comfort nad Good Cheer ThatSur. rounds Ilim Rapidly Accumulating a Store of This World's Goods From His Blind Punea A Strange Community and Some Stranger Practices Powerful In flaencoofMr.SchwelnfurthOrer Women. At Bockford, HL, resides the Eev. George Jacob Schweinfurth, who, by his eloquence and magnetic personality, has gathered around him a large following. He claims to be the second Christ, andhas accumula...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 13 May 1889

. f-V ' KJ? imparl rvm f j r- w? V THEPITTSBTJEG- DISPATCH, MOSTDAT, MAT 13, 1889. j3. It -BIG END OF THE SUIT, That Great Bill in Equity of S. P. Ban Explained BY MB. EOBD, A DEFENDANT He Says it is a Personal Matter, and Tells About the Big Deal. THE CHECK FOB THE FIEST OPTION Was Objected to y Mr. Barr, and Mr. Ford Taid His Own Funds. HOW PBOFITABLE THE COMBINE 1ST0 BE Mr. Ford, President of the Pittsburg Plate Glass Company, in a pleasant chat with a Dispatch reporter last evening, gaTe the other side of that great equity suit reported in these, columns yesterday, and furnished a full history o the deal as fol lows: "The first plate glass company at Creigh ton was formed by New York capitalists, who had an option on $50,000 worth of land at Camden, N. J., but were induced to come to Creighton by Mr. J B. Ford, as it was a better location for the works. The name was changed from the New York City Glass Company to the Pittsburg Plate Glass Company, and the capital stock was place...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 13 May 1889

vrrf- ir THE' PITTSBURG' DISPATCH, MONDAT; MAY-' 13, 1889. Z THEIR CHIEF STONE. Oyer 2,000 People of Wilkinsbnrg's Vicinity at St James' Church TO WITNESS YESTERDAY'S SERVICE Ths Bishop and a larje Knmter of the Clergj as Participants. MEN'S MISSION CATHEDEAL COIfTEETS The residents of the beautiful and thriv ing borough of "WHkinsburg turned out in large numbers yesterday afternoon to wit ness the laying of the corner-stone of the new St. James Catholic Church, which edi fice was totally destroyed by fire Depember 23 last. The ceremonies were witnessed by over 2,000 people, who came from the sur rounding country. The weather could not have been more favorable for the event The sun shone with brilliant splendor upon the vari-col-ored vestments of the bishop and the as sistant clergy. To use the expression of one of them, it was "scorching hot;" but the several thousand people stood with uncov ered heads while viewing the ceremonies of depositing the historical box in the corner ston...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 13 May 1889

Vifrj' v Baaj-vi: -V " ftv r w S-f', THE PITTSBIIRG DISPATCH,' MONDAY; MAY' 18,' ' 188ft -U. . V R t 4 ESTABLISHED FEBBUARY 8, IS18. VoL.44, Jio.S5. Entered at Pittsburg Postoffict, oi ember K ISS7, as second-class matter. Business Office 97 and 99 Fifth Avenue. News Booms and. Publishing- House 75, 77 and 79 Diamond Street. Average net circulation of the dally edi tion of The Dispatch for alx month ending May 1.1SS9, 28,051 Copies per Issue. Average net circulation of the Sunday cdi , tton of The Dispatch for April, 1SS9, 46,143 Copies per Issue. TERMS OF THE DISPATCH. POSTAGE FEEE IN THE UNITED STATES. DAILY DisfAtch, One Year. S 8 00 .DAn.TDibPATCH.Per Quarter 2 00 -Daily Dispatch, One Month. u Daily dispatch, Including Sundsy, one vear JO W Daily Dispatch, Including Sunday, per1 quarter. 2 80 Daily Dispatch, Including Sunday, one month.., 90 SUNDAY DisrATCH, one year. .. 150 AMxkly Dispatch, one year ... 1 25 The Dailt Dispatch la delivered by carriers at J5 cents per week, orln...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 13 May 1889

ppsr W3f- ;,PfH W$$W-!X!&' . "JHW tgwwRsm unr r v THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, MONDAY, MAT- 13;," 1889. J r ATEOBABLEWIMEK. Mr. James V. Long Backed to Bring Down the Florence Consulate. OTHER PLDHS ABOUT TO FAIL, Secretary of Slate Blaine Described as a Badly Broken Down Man. A FUTDEE POK FLAX IN THIS COUNTRY iSrBCIAL TEIXGBAM TO THE DISrATCH.1 "Washington'. May 12. It is said in ad ministration circles that a large latch of consols will almost certainly be appointed this week, and that supplemented, probably, by a considerable number of Presidents! postmasters, among which it is just possible the came of some gentleman for Pittsburg will appear. Persons who know something of the im pression on Secretary Blaine made by Mr. Jame.s Y. Long, and his remarkable array of solid indorsements, say that among the Allegheny connty appointments to positions in the Consular service will almost certainly be that of Sir. Long. Mr. Long is said at the State Department to be particularly pressed by...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 13 May 1889

' 735-"",- i ! THE PITTSBURG DISPATGH, MONDAY, 'MAY' 13,' 1889. ' . 6 Ir I-1 -v FORJHE EAST, Some Interesting League Club Games Scheduled To-Day. THE PBOBABLE BESULTS. 'Heniy ChadwicUs Opinion Regard ing a Sacrifice Hit ANOTHER LOCAL PRIZE FIGHT. Billy Byan Settles a Pittslurger in Tory Short Order. GEKEBIL SPOETIKG NEWS OF THE DAT Games Played Yesterday. Athletics, 2; Louisvilles, a Brooklyns, 10: Clncinnatls, 7. Wheelings, 6; Springfields, 3. Gann To-Dny. 1 National League Pittsburgs at Boston; ' Clevelands at New York; Indianapolis at Wash ington; Chicagos at Philadelphia. American Association Brooklyns at Cin cinnati; Athletics at Louisville; Baltimores at St Louis; Columbus at Kansas City. EAST Ts WEST. Prospect! of To-Day's Interesting Game la the Eastern Cities. To-day the "Western clubs vof the National League will face their Eastern opponents for the first time this season. Undoubtedly tbe resultsjaf the contests will be antici pated with tbe greatest possible interest amon...

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

T ,k --':'-''W 1 1 SOW PIK3T The -Pennycomequicks Written for THE DISPATCH by S. BARING GOULD, AmtljOrof,MEHALAH,""COUETEOXAI.,",JOHKHEBEIlIG,""THEGAVEBOCKS,"ETO ALL SIGHTS SYNOPSIS OF PKECEDIXG CHAPTERS. Mrs. Sldebottom and her son, Captain Penny fcoliequicl. are unable tojUve in Uie style they with on their Income of X400. and speculate on the nrobable lortnne they may receive on the death or Mrs Mdebottom'a half-brother. Jere mllh Pennconcqnlek. The Utter Is In love with his niece, wilomc Cusworth, -who Uvea with him. Jorcmlab Pennycoinequlck. while walking at mldnlKiit, is overtaken by a flood lrom a bunted rcervolr. He and another man, who Is hair clad, seek refute In a lint, and Jeremiah wraps his cut around his companion. , After the flood subsides a body Is tound which is Identified by the card cae In the coat pocket as that of Jeremiah l'ennTComequlck. Philip Pennycomeqnlck Is telesraphed for and arrives. A will is found making Salome Cusworth her uncle's heiress, but the d...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 13 May 1889

' rvV r THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, MONDAY, MA.Y 18,- 18r39. s i at A fOISOffl) DIMEB. Dr. Talmage Speaks of the Effects of Sin Upon the World. IHE INIQUITIES OP SOCIETY. Undisciplined Homes the Scarce of Much Wretchedness. HIE DANGEES OP A LIFE OF IKDQLEKCE. rSriCUL TELEGRAM TO TBI DISrATCH.1 Brooklyn, May 12. The Bev. T. De Witt Talmage, D. D., preached at the tCabernacle to-day to a vatt congregation, who tans with grand effect the hjran begin ning: My soul, be on thy guard; Ten thousand foes arise. And hosts of sin are pressing hard To draw thee from the skies. His subject was "A Poisoned Dinner," and his text IT Kings, ir, 40: "So thej poured out for the men to eat. And it came to pass, as they were eating of the pottage, that they cried out and said, 0 thou nan of God, there is death in the pot And they could not eat thereof." Elisha bad gone down to lecture to the stu dents in the theological seminary atGUgal. So found the students Tery hungry, as students are apt to be. It is ve...

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