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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 19 May 1889

ym ?SJ w- fVi "s, ptttttM JM&W&4 " '.TRIPLE BOMBER: 0 poety-fohrth:- year. HI FOR JUHERICMS The Tourist Who Visits the Paris Exposition to Have A Good Time IS BOUND TO SUCCEED. Balfour Snr$ to Be Dictator of Ire . land at Any Kate. IT. EOCHEFOET CAUSES A BENSATIOff. Be Draws a Plitol nnd Flourishes It Over the Read ot a Mad Frenchman Who Attacks Him on a London Street The Editor 'hot a Coward Frenchmen at Home Wrapped Up in Their BIk Show Buffalo Bill's Original Manner of Adver tising; in the Streets of Paris The preat Coal Strikes In Westphalia A Steady Stream of American Consols Reaching Endand Sir Charles Russell's Narrow Escape From Arrest as a Gambler. There-is absolutely no news o! interest in England or on the continent not connected with the great Paris Exposition. The show is a success a monster success. A little in terest is yet maintained over the question of the Irish vice royalty. Balfour must be dic tator, under any circumstances. A steady stream or newly-appoi...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 19 May 1889

?- f 'ft '-$ , . I ft m r. r -Q-- man and one of the H. B. Scott Wire Com pany. Mr. Smith announced himself last sight as a candidate for Select Council against Br. Brans, who is at present a mem ber of tfiat body. H. S. Paul, President of the Americas Club, had a little opposition in the First ward of Verona, bnt it did not count for much. He, of course, is for Quay. Isaac Bnnton, of the firm of Joseph Walton & Co., was singled out as one of the recipients of an appropriation for the loss of a boat at the Davis Island dam, and lost the fourth precinct of the Fourteenth warn by a vote of 139 to 37. At 11 P. M. the Sixth Legislative dis trict, with 74 precincts, was reported to chow within 411 votes of a majority for Magee, and 41 precincts remaining to be heard from. In the Eighth district McKees port and Wilkinsburg gave Magee 2,000, which was within 200 of enough to present him with the district Beturns from other precincts, including Verona and part of Braddock.indicated a ma...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 19 May 1889

$$ ri- -"r ": THE. PITTSBTmO- DISPATCH, SJimAf MAT 19,, 18891 3SE TEEPLANS EECEIVED. Work on theMiners Cottage Hospitals "Will be Be5u.11 This Summer. EVERYBODY TO BE TREATED FEEE, The Coal Hen Are Pleased With the Prog- ress ot the "Work. A. DESCRIPTION OP THE BUHDING8 The plans and specifications of the four cottage hospitals to be erected for the care an3 maintenance of coal miners in the bi tuminous and semi-bituminous Pennsylva nia regions by the State, were received in this city yesterday by Commissioner B. H. French, and are now on exhibition at his office on Fourth avenue. They -were made in.the office of James H. Windrim, of Phil adelphia, who has since been appointed Supervising Architect of the Government at Washington. Proposals -will be received from Pittsburg contractors for the work, and the commis sion will meet Jane 12 in Philadelphia, to award the contract. The plans show that the hospitals will be 144- feet long and will be built of brick, stone and wood. They wil...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 19 May 1889

j the piffrskma tSspaxob, Sunday, kAY io. issa , . 1 m Btppfet. ESTABLISHED FEBRUARY Vol.44, !k 101. Entered atPlttsbnrEPostofflee. 3, ovember 11, ISS7, as second-class matter. Business OfQce 97 and 09 Fifth Avenue. News Booms and Publishing House 75, 77 and 79 Diamond Street Avci-hbo net circulation of the dally edi tion of The Dispatch for six month ending May L.1SS9. 28,051 Copies per Issue. Average net circulation of tho Sunday edi tion of The Dispatch for April, 1SS9, 46,143 i Copies per Issue. TERMS OF THE DISPATCH. IKISTAGE FKEE IN THE UNITED STATES. DATLTDlsrATCH. One Year f 8 00 Dailv DisrATCH, Per Quarter SCO Daily DisrATCH, One Month 50 Daily Dispatch, including bunday, one year muu aJatlt DisrATCH, Including fcunday, per quarter 250 Daily Dispatch, Including Sunday, one month . SO Sdxday Dispatch, one year 150 xxkly Dispatch, one year. 1 3 The Daily Dispatch Is delivered by carriers at 3.'. cents per week, ortncludingtheSundayedltlon, at W cents per week. Voluntary contr...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 19 May 1889

r'f N. h- 1&B MTTSBTTKO DISPATCH,- SUNDAY, MAT 19, '1881 IMPORTANT VERDICT. Mr. 0. A. Smith's Kelatives are Given $11,200 of Life Insurance. IT WAS A SUPPOSED SUICIDE, TOO. Morton Hunter's Heading for lie Ligaor Dealers Unsuccessful. SUIT OTEE WATEE COMPANY STOCKS After beintr out for 24 hours the jury in the suit of the executor df O. A. Smith, of New Castle, against the Connecticut Mutual Life Insurance Company to recover the amount of a policy, came in late yesterday afternoon with a verdict for the plaintiff in the sum of 511,200. This suit has been one of great importance to life insurance companies. It was shown that Smith's death was caused by a dose of laudanum, and it was claimed that he com mitted suicide because of trouble in a love affair. The plaintiffs attomeyclaimed that the laudanum was taken while the man was temporarily insane. The weight of evidence seemed to bear out the suicidal theory, and this makes the verdict important THE CASES DISMISSED. under a bond o...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 19 May 1889

V3 w: &i THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, SUNDAY, MAT 19, 1889. ON IHEMLL FIELD. Theliocal Clubs Make Tilings Somewhat lively. EAST ENDEES TO AGAIN. Two Very Easy Victories for . fiiTerside Players. the -STILL TETIKG-.FOfi YOTOG BEAM. A FINE CONTEST. Seirlckler Downed by lbs McKeetporU In a Good Game. rSPXCIAI. TILEGBXM TO THE DISPATCH. IIcKeespoet, Ba., May 18. Fnlly 1,000 per sons assembled at the baseball park this after noon to witness tbe defeat ot the Sewickley I clnb by the McKeesports, who were crippled. as Ave of the regular players were at Erie. Tbe Sewickley club had a Rood battery, and bid fair to secure Tictory in the first inning, as the home clnb had a stranpe battery in. and were Ave ahead, but when Berger jumped be hind the bat, the score began to pile up the other way, and Sewickley was defeated by 8 to 9. Sewickley made three runs by fcasB on balls, and were sickened when Hartman, Berger and Nightingale pounded the ball by which the borne clnb tied the score, 8 to 8 in...

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

i?t 4g imsp -iW TgHi ffl , it' A. iJ is Germany Concedes All of the Leading Points in TIE SAMOAtf DIFFICULTY. King Malietloa Will Undoubtedly Be Restored to Bis Throne. IKDEM51TIES TET TO BE SETTLED. Progress of the Great Coal Mining in Westphalia. Strike THE MPER0R'S PART IJf THE TROUBLE The Sam:an negotiations are progressing very satisfactorily. From all reports the American delegates have been very success ful in carrying the points desired hythem. A plan for the government of the islands lias been adopted, abd only the details re main to be fixed. The question of indemni ty for German property destrpyed is not yet adjusted. No mention has been made of the Klein episode, and none is likely to be. The great strike-is a cause of much anxiety at Berlin. I corauGirr, isss; fir xew tork associated JT-ESS. Berlin, May 18. The fourth session of the Samoan Conference, it-Inch was held yesterday, took place in the small room of the Department of Foreign Affairs, in which the other three ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 19 May 1889

&X ri IVs '" - fTvf - u , 8 THE PITTSBURG- -DISPATCH, SUNDAY, MAT x 19. 1889. -v 1 ASA JOMS A WINNER. Be is Confident That He Will be the Next Governor of Ohio. FACTIONAL FIGHTS MUST STOP. The Democrats Are Trying to Spread Trouble in the Banks. HE IS NOT COMMITTED FOE SENATOE rtFECIAL TELZOIULX TO TOT DISPATCH. Youn GSTOWX, May 18. General A. W. Jones, who is a leading candidate for the Republican nomination of Governor, re turned to-day from a trip through the State, and is sangnine that he will have the honor of leading the Republican ticket in Ohio this fall. On being asked regarding the charge made in Democratic papers that he was simply acting as a dummy for Governor Poraker, who wanted a third term, General Jones said: "While my relations with Governor Fo raker are of -a pleasant character, I am for myself in this fight and am not pulling out chestnuts for anyone. I am opposed to any factional fight in the State, and if my can didacy should promote any such tiling I shoul...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 19 May 1889

SECOND PART. BUDDHA IN BUKUAH. The Shway Dagohn Pagoda, or the "GoWen Pagoda, at Rangoon. ' A NATION OF TATTOOED PEOPLE. How Tattooing is Done and the Queer Fea tures of the Art. THE LAST JEWEL IN ENGLAND'S CEOWN jCOBEESrOHMSCX OP TUB DISPATCH.1 EANGOOK, Barmah, March 22. The great south eastern peninsula of Asia, known as Indo-China, or far ther India, is fast making history. The French are de veloping the eastern provinces of Ton quin, Annam and Cambodia, -which Jtan Talm. line the Pacific The English hare now a fast grip on Burmah, and Siam, lying between, awaits only a great European war to fall into the hands of one or the other. The day will soon come when this great territory, equal in size to one-third- of the whole "United States, will be governed from Europe. Its interior will be penetrated by railroads and its immense resources will be thrown open to the world. As 1 write this letter a corps of engineers are at work surveying a railroad from Bangkok, the capital of Siam, ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 19 May 1889

V ZeyfgFWr v "fl-,. . frl?55rtf' 15 -.-V? v re THE ' PITTSBURG' DiHE&TGEL -. At'; 'J-fr, SUNDAY, MAX' 19fV1889r r facing Tip and down the room, apparently dazed. " 'Hawthorne,' I said, 'how are you? "Where is Ticknor?' " 'They have taken him away,' said he. " What do you mean?' I asked. 'I don't Understand yon.' "'Well,' he said, it is too bad. He was ay best friend; I depended on him, and he came to please me.' " 'I could make nothing out of it at all. He seemed to me bewildered. I feared for his mind, and going down to the office asked the clerk, Mr. Duffy, what it all meant He thru staggered me with the information that Ticknor was dead had died that morn ing. " 'Where is his body ?'" I asked. " 'It was taken early this morning to the tindertaker's,' " he said. BATVTHOEN E'S- DEATH. "I was astounded, bat, hastening' back to Hawthorne, comforted him as much as I could, implored him to keep quiet, and at last succeeded somewhat in calming; him down. I then Went to the undertake...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 19 May 1889

r. .-7.VT r iaTr ? jv-- " v t itei " - t ' '(THE PITTSBtTRG- DISPATCH, SUNDAY, MAT ft" 1889." I 3 4 i IT HEMIC WDRLD. Linton SetcU. This is the name and lace of -the central fijureol the May Festival one of the half dozen greatest operatic conductors (especial ly in "Wagner's works) of the world. The United States has reason to be proud that ,he has elected to become one of her citizens, and Pittsburg, that he has declared his desire to ionnd his future as a festival con ductor upon this, his first festival in America. Seidl was for years a member of "Warner's household, having been introduced into that charmed circle by Hans Eichter, who, be fore him, had been the secretary and asfist ant of the great poet-composer. His-jjer-sonal association with all of "Wagner's ac tivities lor so long a period makes him an unquestioned authority upon the interpre tation of "Wagner's works, and peculiarly fits him to conduct a festival wherein that el ementsolugely predominates. Subsequently he w...

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

-k 'i. t?tv . ' - -s. rr -,, "3t rHT." if ! -"it s5,. i-rTHJ SUOTTAY, MA.T19r 18803 - ?- ""s W .t hml THE " IOTSBnBGr DISPATCH; ftfc f . IN THE SOCIAL SWIM. '5fB POISTS OS ETIQUETTE. -A Cousin's FrlvHcce Letter of Introduce tlon Proper Topic of Conversation at Pinner An Interesting Paragraph on Tnble Etiquette. The author of 'JDon't" comes again to the rescue of compassless barks on the sea of society and maps out a number of the shoals and rocks in their course. The question of a cousin's privilege is also taken up and definitely settled. 'Will yon tell me through the columns of "Etiquette" if one's servant is out, or If one does her own work and the young lady has a peutleman call on her and she answers the bell herself, should she stand one side and let the gentleman pass into the parlor, or should she step ahead and lead the way herself. A lady under such circumstances would na turally lead the way to the parlor, although "when at the parlor door she might give way for ier guest...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 19 May 1889

ir THE PltfTSBUEG DISPATOH, SUmAY MAT 1889. - "V BUTLER AND POETEB, A Champion Arises to Defend the Conduct of the Admiral. THAT LITTLE FLEET OF MORTAKS Played an Important Fart in the Capture of Kew Orleans, AXI AHOUKT OP STEONG EVIDENCES nTElTTHf TOO THE DISPATCH. 1 In your issue of May 5 I wag very much surprised to find General Ben Butler accus ing Admiral David D. Porter of cowardice and turning tail to the enemy. Now, I have had toe honor of a oommand in the nary under Porter, and know that lie has not a cowardly bone in his body. I have the official reports, to the Secretary of Navy Farragut, Porter, and all the other navy commanders engaged in that celebrated con flict, and think it comes with a very bad grace from a General who cannot truthfully claim a single military success. Now for the record. March 18, 1863, in a letter from Farragut to Seoretary Welles he says : "Captain Porter has arrived with his mortar fleet I shall push things for ward with all possible dispatch."...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 19 May 1889

i it ?L4 ftREVIEWOFJSPORTS. The General Collapse Among the Leading Pitchers. CAUSE OE TfiE BBEAKDOTO Opinions About the Meeting of the Players' Brotherhood. SO'MMEW HOLES GREATLY NEEDED Comment About the Late Challenge of Billy Myer. TILE ABOUT TEEMEB AND GATJDAUE One very singular feature among the clubs of the National League during the week has been the absence of the star pitchers from the box. There is any amount of license for saying that probably there never was a time when so many of the first-class men were disabled, some of them temporarily and some permanently. To a great extent the same condition of things is to be found in the Association. There must be a .cause for this, because such men as "Welch, Keefe, Morris, Conway, Sovders, Caruthers, Elmer Smith, Bamsey and a host of others couldn't well it, mi oe mueriug irum sore arms togeiuer wunout a general or common cause. Dome good authorities, both in the Association and in theXeague, claim that the change in the pitchin...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 19 May 1889

THE TITTSBIJR'G- DISPATGH,' 'SUNDilT, 'MAT '19, 1689 4 ) rS-r: r mGIFE IN OKLAHOMA. 1 Visit to theflewly-Built Home of a ' Genuine Boomer Family. AMOKG-THE CHEROKEE INDIANS. This Kation is Highly Civilized, and Quite aKumberofthe TOUKG SQUAWS CAN PLAT THE PIAXO - COBEESrOXD'CXOrTHEBISrATCH.l Tahlequah, Capital of Chekokee If Anoy, May 16. On May 3, in company with Mr. Stephan, a Denver photographer, I set out for the Cherokee Nation, in the northeast corner of the Indian Territory. To go by rail was a very round-about way, one being obliged to change cars four times between Guthrie and Tahlcquah, the capital of the Cherokee Nation. "We bought us two ponies from "town boomers," who had ridden into Guthrie, and who had no y farther use for their animals. On the morning of the 3d ot May we set out upon our journey. It was 6 o'clock in the morning when we left Guthrie, and some of the boomers were astir. "When it became noised about thatthe Cherokee Na tion was to be our destination we ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 19 May 1889

m "KV THE PITTSBURG- "DISPATCH, SUNDAY, MAY IV 188&. "MB- t fflS FAYOBITE POEM. Longfellow's Own Siory of th& Con ception of Evangeline. HAWTflOESE 10LD HIM THE TALE, iai a Ylsii ta the Qnaler City Eurnislied the Inspiration. IBB. BCME OF THE CLQS1XG YEBSES mrsmzsr fob snx dispatch.: HE da j was a beau tiful one, and I was sitting under the trees one morning talking to a few of the unfortunates who dwelt in the old poorhouse which then occupied the square bounded by Tenth and Eleventh and Spruce and Pine streets in Phil adelphia. It was a Chapel Wlndota. charming Sunday in (the late sprincof lS2i, and the air was laden with the perfumes of beautiinl flowers. I j rasn my way to Europe, and slipped over f ths Quaker City to gratify my curiosity alVoutthe quaint people who inhabit it, of t4 Worn X had heard so much. This Sabbath mtitrning I had wandered into the alms halise grounds, and as I sat under the shade of '.,great tree, the chimes of old Christ Chi tieh rang out the ca...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 19 May 1889

$ it 't THIRD PflRT7T i- , fmm LIFE IN PARIS. t Famous French Hostelries. and tho $ Epicurean Dreams They Evolve. t 5K0BLE CEEATORS OP KBW DISHES. A hcre to Go to Get a First-Class Dinner With Bare Old Wines. IB0ME OIIEAP BUT GOOD EESTAUEAKTS rcoBBiEPOSiMarcx or thx diepatch.1 PBIS, May 3. Did you ever hear the anecdote about Sam Rogers, whose reputation as a giver of dinners and breakfasts will lire as long as his poetry? "Will you come and break fast with me to-morrow morning?" he asked a London lady one night at tie opera, and she prompt ly replied: "Won't I!" which pleased him more than anything else that could have occurred. There is a good deal in dinner and dejeuner giv ing, and I have had the great happiness in my time to be host as well as guest at some tolerably famous feeds here in Paris. There was one breakfast, I remember, to which 1 was invited at the Cafe Voisin, along with some 12 or 14 other fellows, and we sat down punctually at 11 o'clock. We all smiled when we sa...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 19 May 1889

' &w , J -,, , - u l8' "Vmm tlin davl first became acquainted with her the day of that blessed blizzard. I'd Jike to know who could help loving her.she it so pood and so intelligent, to say nothing sof her beauty. And. to-day she has mde xae the hapniest man in the world by con fessing that she is not indifferent to me, and is willing to become my wife. So now it only remains for you to give us your ap proval and jlour benediction. I have an in come of 51,000 a year over and above my earnings. For the rest, you know me pretty thoroughly, and can judfie of my eligibility ibr yourself." What answer could I give her? Putting aside altogether, as I was bound to do, the selfish -consideration that her marriage would deprive us of the treasure and the blessing of our old age, and leave our home desolate and forsaken, could I in honor, could I In justice to the man, permit him to make Miriam his wife, without first imparting to him so much as I myself knew concerning her past life and ...

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

f t '- 1 1ff! && i : iif i Br jNF -3 ei iv K jskS- l7 I til MD II I BELT. BT ERNEST H. HEIKBICHS. 1W HrT FOB THZ DlSf ATCH.2 It was in the middle of a very cold, dreary winter. Nature was asleep under a sheet of deep enow, and the trees seemed to be stretching out their bare branches for more pleasanter surroundings, like a naked man begging for a piece of clothing. It was very late at night; the moon stood high above the largest trees in the forest, and as the reflections of the endless snow field shone against the frost-covered fir trees the entire woodland scenery looked like an army of ghosts out on parade. TJwe seemed to be nobody who liked to be about on such a night, but yet there was some- AA Tnct nnTi-n f oil finnrp. with a larpe ' fnr mantle around him, a heavy sealskin , cap on his head, enormous boots on his feet, r a long sword dangling by his side and an Rescuing the Dwarf. arrow and bow over his shoulder, came rapidly walking through the snow. It was a big, po...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 19 May 1889

4 -- 'r v- ' 4.. - ' e r" i 20 -A PACE ROYAL CITT. One Koted Spot Where English Eings Once Held Their Court SOME VERY HTERESTIKG BULKS. The Cathedral in Which Philip of Spain and Queen Mary TVed. COXTRASTIKG THE PAST AND PEESEKT rwarrrxs ron, the disfatcu.1 FIFTX-FOUR miles west of Lon don, on the old Itoman road which still marks the conqueror's steps, in a direct line from Beading and Tomb of Bufru. Basingstoke, on ward to the stronghold of Sarum and Bath, in a hollow along the pleasant streams of the Itchen, lies the once royal city of "Win chester. It has dwindled down now to a third rate country town of 18,000 people, and as we walk from the railway station, half a mile off, by a straggling row of small villas and a score of small, dingy shops, down hill all the -way, one can hardly be lieve we are actually entering the city where "William the Norman once ruled with royal splendor, where the Angevian line ot kings lived and died; Bichard, the Xiionhearted, after his escape from...

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