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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 26 May 1889

I rJiri $mf my.wm & ,J ,r THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH. -r.V SECOND PART. 1 "- PAGES 9 T0 16. i ,. .i -W "f i 4 f d 4 ' A'LAHD OF POYERTI. How the Masses Live and Woik Under r the Burning Sua of India. Wages at fifti cents a week. The Most Beautiful Tomb la the World and Its Eoya! Builder. BiDLN'G WITH SACKED HIKDOO OXEU rcoBEsroKrsc or thx oisrATca.i AGKA, March 30. Poverty 1 poverty 1 pov erty 1 I find written all over India. Its charac ters shine out in the shrunken legs and flat stomachs of the people. The blazing sun paints the -word on the huts of every village, and the sqnalid want, which fills every part of the cities I have seen, is so plain that he who runs may read. The condi tion of the East Indian people is fa.r worse than that of the Chinese, fat and the Japanese Two Cents a Day. The Koreans are Wealthy in comparison with the people around me. The Malays, the Siamese and the Burmese have plenty to eat and leisure for loafing. These people work from morn until night and g...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 26 May 1889

BililHiTTl &F!m j'.-r - ? S i1 THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, SUNDAY,' MAT 26, 1889. U A YISIT .TO MEXICO. Some Glimpses of tlie People and Scenery Along theEoad. THE TALKATIVE MAN FROM IOWA. Bailroads Hare Quickly Superseded the Lively Cow Trails. IMMENSITY OP THE LONE STAE STATE twiUTTxy Fon tub dispatch. 3 The trip by rail between Denver and Tort "Worth is always attractive. This morning, with the Deacon by my side, something is promised to relieve any possible monotony. He possesses a reverence for the grand mountains at onr right. The main range is resplendent in its immaculate mantle of white, with a rolling foreground of dead grass color, the brown of the foothills and the deep bine of the gorges to vary the spot less covering above and beyond. And we may have 300 or more miles of these moun tains, ever changing in appearance and al ways beautiful. Should they become weari some, a very unlikely event, look off east over the vast stretch of the plains, a little lacking iu variety...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 26 May 1889

s5s5 TSTWb .-jripfw: . - . WsP 7&Z! ' V. '. Vi THE PITTSBURG- DISPATCH, SONDAY, MAT 26, 1889. 111- ADISGUSTED BOOMER Interesting: Experiences Among In dians and Oklahoma Residents. INTERVIEW WITH AN ARKANSAN, Who Didn't Eeep His Claim Because He 'Wonldn't Shoot a Squatter. THE MAGIC CITIES OP THE PRAIBIE8 rCOBIIEErOXDEKCE Or THE ISPATCII.l Guxheie, May 25. On the 15th of May I received a letter from Hon. A. M. "Wilson, amember of the Cherokee commission, in which he said: '"I have received no in structions from the Interior Department, but presume that I -will as soon as the vacancy in onr commission is filled. I may also mention that there are no commissioners on the part of the Cherokees, and until there are I presume a trip to Tahlequah by the United States Commission would be use less. Yet .we might be ordered there so far as I know." So I concluded it would be a matter of some time until the commissioners would ar rive in Tahlequah to negotiate with the In dians, and, there...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 26 May 1889

t THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, SUNDAY MAT 26, 1880. 12 L r 1, i. 6. IN THE SOCIAL SWIM. POINTS OX POLITENESS. Tobacco Chevrcrs Scored The Hnblt Stroncly Condemned When a Silk Hat Should be Worn Celtnloid Collars and Cuffs Not the Proper Caper. nnarTKS toe tub DisrATcn.2 The author of "Don't," in addition to giving some points on etiquette, presents a communication on the evil ot the tobacco cbewer in society. The habit is strongly condemned, and its votaries are unmerci fully scored. The question seems to resolve itself into a charge of unchivalrous conduct on the part of the American man toward the American woman. A couple, when attending church and passing down the aisle to a seat, should the Gentleman precede or follow the lady! Reader. Wo have answered this question before, but will repeat our answer. At a theater or con cert the gentleman necessarily precedes the lady, because he knows, or is supposod to know, where the seats are situated, and the way thereto; at ch urch the gentlem...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 26 May 1889

'.' wew V ' A HANDSOME SOURCE OF POWER. The Plans Completed for the Engine House of the Central Traction Railway on Wylie Avenue. e - Pttw CEWTRAluyKKnOil fl.W ; W ..l. -V.X- x-ur - ' , C "Work will be commenced shortly upon the erection of the Central Traction Hail Tray's power house at the corner of "Wylie avenue and Tunnel street. The horse as a motive power for the "poor man's coach" is doomed in Pittsburg, and the power house soon to be erected will take the place of many a poor beast that has toiled up the "Wylie avenue hill. The building, which will be of pressed brick with stone and terra cotta trimmings, is a large one in the shape of a cross. The above picture is engraved from Architect Stillburg's drawing of the front This front is on "Wylie avenue, measuring 60 feet. The building will be of two stories. The "Wylie avenue front will have two large arches and two small ones, one having a 25-foot span. The building has been planned more for adaptability than beauty of archi...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 26 May 1889

'1 ii, r m v 14 ft REVIEW OF SPORTS, Local Enthusiasm Begarding the National Game. HOME CLUB'S PBOSPEUTS. Opinions About Dempsey's Alleged Eefasal to Fiht Ellingsworth. SULLltAN AND KILRAffi BATTLE, Something About the Uncertainties of the Banners. GEKERiLSPOBTIXGUEWS OF THE MI Those of us who are not entirely absorbed in the coming fight of "drink or no drink" may have been interested in the various baseball straggles during the week. The national came has not by any means lost its charm, even though our representatives may have been in that imaginary liquid known as soup now and then. Busy as he is in curtailing, or trying to curtail, indi viduality, Mr. Ed Murphy was a prominent figure in a party yesterday whose only theme seemed to be baseball. Mr. Mur phy's enthusiasm regarding the national game only represents the feeling among what we may term tbe vigorous and young portion of the business community. He certainly voiced the sentiments of the busi ness class he represents when...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 26 May 1889

JIBIMHBSE-HHfiESZHsBSSSSS-fS-SS -fa:. ' ' THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, SUNDAY, MAT. .26, 1889: I 5 TPTIDTIT TJrr'UTTATP 1701 II Ullill riVJUlllAVJ X Uit. Inside Tacts Concerning the Famous Stewart Will Contest. AMOUNT OF PKOPERTr IKVOLVED. It is the Most Complicated Case of the Kind Ever in Court. POSSIBLE EUIX FOE JUDGE HILTON tCOBKESPOMJEI.CE OP THE DISPATCH.) ITcvr Yoke, May 25 The great Stewart will contest with its distinguished and cost ly lawyers, its pretentious and wealthy prin cipals, its hidden millions and its mystery will within two weeks again be iu the courts and ia the nexrspapera. The rumors of a settlement that have been going the rounds of the press appear to have no foundation in fact and the chances are against this only mode of taking the estate out of the courts within a number of years. June has been set as the time for the beginning of the sum ming up in the suit of Hiss Rosalie Butler against the will, and for weeks the Sur rogate's Court will resound with the e...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 26 May 1889

"r - 16 THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, SUNDAY, MAT - 26, 1889. COOKS AND COOKERY. Something About the Art of Catering to the Public Taste IK P1TTSBOBG HOTELS AED CLUBS. A Few of the Host Experienced Chefs and "What Their Duties Are, KATDEAL GAS AN INVALUABLE AID m warns toe Tin dispatch.: OWEN MER EDITH, in lines that are both poetical and j&ilosoph ical, states that we can lire without poetrj, music and art, but not -without dinners. "We can get along without theworks of our favorite au thors; bat the services of our jichiUe Berta, Chef of IM cooks are m J)uguesne Ulub. dispensable to our happiness yes, to our very existence. "We have all heard of the sorrowful fate of the horse that yas taught to live without eatinc, and even the example of Dr. Tan ner "has not had the effect of inducing more than a very small minority of human beinzs to try the bold experiment of subsisting on atmosphere alone. Scientists Ion? since dis proved the fallacy that the chameleon lived bv breathing only, ...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 26 May 1889

x 'i m YVi P1. ?.- A ' m .Ay- s. 8- ,"S . THE PITTSBURG DISPATGS m 1 t . THIRD PART. PAGES ,17 TO 20. $-J "MEHCEKffiALPAEK ; William and the Other Wild Animals f Are Thrown in Contact. . A TALK OS THE FLORA MD FAUNA. ,He Thinks the Elephant Should Shorten Up His Suspenders. '.TEE KANGAROO AND THE LAME LIONESS nntrrmr fob nut xsp.itch.i IT is indeed a great delight to the busy truck drivers and other brain workers of ITew York, on a quiet Sabbath afternoon, to stroll about our great free menage rie and congress of living wonders near the Sixty-fourth street and Fifth avenue entrance to Central Park. Here the great breakers of civiliza tion along the celebrated avenue break upon the shores of an artificial -wilderness. A few paces from the wealth and refinement of the great thoroughfare the great gray rocks and spreading elms of the primeval forest extend themselves, as one may say, while the roar of the Fifth avenue stage and the rattle of the silver harness and the trappings of swol...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 26 May 1889

is: - -.- V A "kVfqPSF &?4rfi ""C HfK i. IS these thingsVbetter in France. It came last sight, afterNTd cone to bed: and the authorities or. this hostelry -were too con siderate to rake me. Then this morning, they say, they thought I was so much occu pied that they would do best to wait about -delivering it till I was at leisure. That's French courtesy -with a vengeance. How ever, you're safety arrived at last; and that's the important thing." "And Miriam? Miriam?" I inquired im patiently. The doctors are with her even now," he answered. "You got my cable-dispatoh, of course, and put off the operation?" "Zes, I cot your dispatch, and we put off the operation untiL the physicians all in sisted that it must not be put off longer that if put off longer it would be ineffec tive." Panic stricken, "Ton don't mean," I gasped, "you can't mean that it has been performed?" "As I just said, they are with her now they are performing it at this moment." "Heavens and earth, mant Did't I tell ...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 26 May 1889

r - 1&& ' i ' t f m THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, SUJSTDAY, MAY 20, 1889. -L8 L-4 ' r 5uBfiH9fci,uc IING ODRICK'S OATH. i Brnest SI. WRITTEN FOR P in the royal cas tle, in a bedroom hidden away from all noise and ex citement, King Odrick was lying on bis deathbed. It was in the middle of the nicht, and the attendants upon the dying monarch were all sodding and shaking their heads with sleep. Only the king was awake, but al though he noticed that nobody was taking any particular notice of him, he never mur mured. "I am ahout to die," he solilo quized, "and those who used to watch my very eyes and lips for the smallest com mand are now asleep because they have realized that my power is waning. A king is very powerful, but Death is his master." Suddenly Odrick seemed to hear the noise of a fluttering dress or a flapping wing. He looked up and there he beheld the lonn and features of a most beautiful lnrf-r- Vnv n mnmont thl Vino WIS SPCeCh' less: then he lilted his hand to pull the b...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 26 May 1889

; r "fj y ? -. $ 20 THE PITTSBURG DISPAT !H, SUNDAY, MAT 26, 1889. & BURIED IN FLOWERS. Strange Migious Rites of a Singular and Mystical Sect, ECOKOMITES' DECOKATM DAI. their Peculiar Motions as to the Remem brance of the Dead. IHE GREAT YIETUE OF OBEDIEKCE iwmiTjLN toe Tint bispatch.j Ecojtomt, Hay 25, 1689. Of all the inany peculiar customs of that most singular Sect of German communists, celibates and pietist mystics the Harmonists or Econo mites, none is fraught with deeper interest than their annual ceremonies, performed at this time of the year, in honor of the dead and culminating in the complete covering of their grave with flowers. Often as the Economies, o more properly, the Harmon ists, have been "written up" in newspapers Bnd magazines, none of those numerous sketches have given any account of their quaint ideas end customs in connection with death, nor have they told anything of their religious creed beyond the fact that its two most disti nctive features are the ho...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 27 May 1889

A RICH HARVEST Will bo icaaed by all whflj advertise ia The Dispatch. It reaches every borne and is read bv evervbodv. If you are in business let the ublic know it through THE I1SPATCIT. P0RTY-1"0TJETH YEAR. ft flfllMJ SPITE, Dr. Cronin Was Condemned to Death by a Faction of it the Clan-Na-Gael. fTHE FIRST TO BE KILLED. But a dumber of Other Prominent Irishmen Are Marked. CHICAGO POLICE TRACING ALL CLUES. King; Arrested nnd Ice Dealer Snlllvan Re porlcd In Custody The Testimony of Le Caron, the British Spy, Convicted the Doctor Half a Dozen of HU Frlcnds.to Follow nini Hyncs, Father Gleaaon, Captain O'Connor, John Devoy nnd Two Others on the Fatnl List Immense Fn ncrnl of the Martyred Doctor The Chi cbeo Authorities Determined to see Justice Done. The latent developments in the Dr. Cronin tragedy are very Sensational. It is now urged that not only was he tried, convicted, found guilty of treason to the Clan-Na-Gael and murdered by a committee of that society selected by secret ballo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 27 May 1889

ti- . t " v THE PITTSBURG- DISPATCH. ' MONDAY, S- MAT 27, 4889. r 1 THE TIDE EBBS, And tlie Drift of Opinion Ironi Doctors Well Posted FAVOBS THE HOSPITAL. Drs, McClelland, Edmnndson Others on the Complaints, and THEI SAY IT IS THE OLD STOEY Of Ungrateful Charity Patients Biting Their Healers. ' THAT BOI IS GLAD HIS LEG REMAINS In publishing information gleaned late Saturday night, of allegations from seem ingly interested parties, reflecting on some of the younger physicians of the Homeo pathic Hospital, The Dispatch was ham pered by the fact that the news was such as, from its very nature, "wouldn't keep," and the further fact that only a brief interview in refutation of the allegations could be given. The treatment of the news,however, showed the suspicion that there might be animus in such information; and it seemed but fair and proper yesterday to supplement Saturday night's late interview with Dr. Blair by others, even more strongly in sup port of the concededly excellent inst...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 27 May 1889

rp" THE PITTSBUEG-J DISPATCH, MONDAY, MAT 27, 188& ..,- . AWERT LIYE SERMON. Bev.'Pr. W. J. Holland Preaches on 'Dishonesty With the Truth. WINE ADULTERATION AS A TEXT. The -Awful Process He Would Advise to Get a Pure Glass of Port. SKIPS AKD TWISTS OP SCRIPTUBES ,Kev. W. J. Holland, D. D., delivered a . ' very interesting sermon in the Bellefield Presbyterian Church yesterday morning, on "Handling the Word of God Deceitfully; or. Mental Dishonesty in Dealing with the Trnth." The speaker chose his text from II. Cor., iv., 1-2. After explaining the verse and the conditions tinder which Paul preached from a similar subject and used the words, "What is it to handle the word of God deceitfully?" Dr. Holland said: j The words employed are derived Irom tho wineshop, in which. It appears, it was cus tomary in the days uf the apostle, as it is now. to adulterate tbe fluids exposed for sale. The business of the wine seller was evidently not conducted any more honorably in the time of the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 27 May 1889

v - THE FjTTSBtmG' DISPItOH, MOSTDAY, ' JA5T 'Aft 1889, Fv J 1 B$pf4 KSTABLlSHEp FEBRUARY 8, ISIS. ' i iii : Vo.H Xo. 109, EntereCatPittsburg Postoffice, November 14, 16S7, as second-class matter. Business Offlce--97 and 89 Fifth Avenue. NewB Rooms and Publishing House 75, 77 and 79 Diamond Street. Average net circulation of the dally edi tion of The Dispatch for six month ending May 1.1SS9. 28,051 Copies per Issue. Average net circulation of (bo Sunday edl lion of The Dispatch for April, 18S9, 46,143 Copies per Issue. TERMS OF THE DISPATCH. POSTAGE rEEE IN THE UNITED STATES. Dailt Dispatch. One Year. BOO Daily DlhPATCH, Per Quarter................ 5 00 Daily Dispatch, One Month SD Daily Dispatch, Including Sunday, oat J ear 10 00 Daily Dispatch, Including Sunday, per quarter. .... 3 SO Daily Dispatch, Including Sunday, one month 80 6utay Dispatch, oneyear. 560 W eeexy Dispatch, one year. 1SS The Daily Dispatch la delivered by carriers at 15 cents per week, or Including the bund&...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 27 May 1889

THE PPTTSBinfe . piSPATOH, MONDAY, MAT 27, 1889, Mm) IN MACHINERY ThfHost Prominent Feature of the V American Exhibit at Paris. ' ELECTMCITT ODK STRONG POIKT. Edison Has the Largest Single Display in . ' the Exposition. SCENES IN A EEJIAKKiBLE BUILDING CCOrnuoBT, issa. bt sew Tons associated fbxss. Pakis, May 26. The machinery palace of the Exposition is the largest building ever constructed under a single roof. A re markable feature of the building is that the roof has no interior support except 20 great arches, hinged At the foundation plates and apex so as to providefor expansion and con traction under changes of temperature. The roof is glazed. The lower panels are deco rated with heraldic designs. The ends of the building are filled with toned glass. Light is abundant and the effect of the decoration is magnificent The length of the building is nearly 1,400 feet, its width 370 Jeet and its height 170 feet A gallery 30 feet from the floor extends the entire length on both sides....

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 27 May 1889

' t - y i t ,- Vf - THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, MONDAJ, . MAY 27, 1889. !e THE? EM FIGHT, The latest Phase of the Sal ary Me Dispute. PMYERSWAtfT A CHANGE. Manager Showalter Says Some Kice Things About Beam. SUNDAtf ASSOCIATION GAMES. JTcClelland. Puts Up a Forfeit to Bun Ed. Kilkirt. GENERAL SPORTING SEWS OP THE DAI Gamrt Played Yesterday. St.Locis ,. 12... .Kansas Citts.... 8 Ciif cuwatis. 16. . . .Louisvilles. 4 clscisnatis.... 8.... louisvilles. 7 Columbus S.Brooklyxs. 4 Gamcis To-Day. National Leagtji There are no League I games scheduled for to-day, but postponed games will be played at Washington ana Phila delphia. American Association Athletics atBaltl jnore; CincmnatisatLoun ville; Kansas Citys at St. Louis; Brooklyns at Columbus. Ixteesational Leagub Syracuse at Buffalo; Rocbesters at Hamilton; JDetroitsat Toronto; Toledos at London. , Association Record. Perl Ter Won. Lost. Ct- Won.".Lost.Ct. St. Txuls .M 10 .7 Athletics 1 14 .SOT JJrooklrns. ...18 12 .613 Baltimores....l IS ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 27 May 1889

Me : . sv u THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, MONDAY, MAT 27, 1889. a' tXOW FIKST Xhe Pennycomequicks t ,- - Written for THE DISPATCH by ; J&J : S. BARING GOULD, & Anth"oror'MEHALAH1""COUBTKOYJLL,""JOHK HebBING," "THE GAVEBOCKS,"ETO g. ALL SIGHTS SYNOPSIS OF PRECEDING CHAPTERS. Mrs. SIdebottora and her son. CaptMnFenny comequlcfc, are unable to Hve In the style they wKhon llielr Income of 400, and speculate on the nrobable lorinne they may receive on the deU??l Mri W bottom's half-brother. Jere miah Penn conieqnlck The latter is In love with hU niece, fcnlome Cusworth, who lives -with him. Jeremiah I'cnnicomequlck, while walking at mldnlrnt. Is overtaken by a flood trom a bursted reservoir. He and another man, who Is half clad seek refuse In a hut, and Jeremiah wraDs his coat around his companion. After the flood subsides a bodi is lonnd which is Ideutlfled by the card cisc In the coat pocket as that or Jeremiah l'ennvcomequlck. Philip Pennycomequlck Is teleersphed Tor and arrives. A ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 27 May 1889

et. THE PJTTSBUR& DISPATCH, MONDAY, MAY 27, i889. 8 L r SfflAHDSNOWWAlEB. Dr. T. De Witt Talmage Discourses on Oar Need of Cleansing. APOLOGIES IX) 00E 1YICKEDKESS Insnfficient to "Wash Out the Dark Stains of Sinfulness. IHE POWEE OP GOOD EESOLUTiOSS TrUETJlKED FOS TBI DISIMTCH.1 I will take for the text of this discourse the words of Job, "If I -wash myself -with emrtr water, and should I cleanse my hands in alkali, yet stall thou plunge me in the ditch, and mine own clothes shall abhor me." Albert Barnes hon ored be his name ca earth and in ieaTen Trent straight back to the original writing of my text, and translated it as I have now quoted it, firing substantial reasons for so doing. Although we know better, the ancients had an idea that In snow water there -was a special power to cleanse, and that a garment washed and rinsed in It would he as clean as clean could be; but if the plain snow water failed to do its work, then they would take lye or alkali and mix it with oil, an...

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