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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 30 May 1889

THE PITTSBURG-. DISPATCH THURSDAY;' MAT -30, . IMS. . ,ra 'tl tp. ir MOBILE IS AFTER IT. And She Asks Andrew Carnegie to BnUd Steel Works on the Gulf. -$o;labor troubles felt there, Maiij Advantages, Such as Cheap Fuel and ""5 Freight Are Limned. CUBUT OEES JIAT BE UTILIZED TO MIX fftairv writing in the name of the Cham bercf Commerce of Mobile, Ala., to An drew Carnegie, of this city, gives a glowing account of the possible future of that sec tion in the steel producing line. The letter makes a column and a half in the Mobile Daily Register. It contains a strong invi tation to Mr. Carnegie to establish works in that vicinity, stating that U is the most suitable place in the South for the erection of a steel plant. Some of the stronger points are here given: -Mobile hu tributary to It over ROM miles of navigable rivers, penetrating the very heart of tlie coal. Icon ore and limestone region of Ala bama. These nvera have been, and are now being Improved by the national rovernment, so ...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 30 May 1889

r&- i t 2N&aftfc ESTABLISHED FEBRUARY 8, IS46. VotH Xo.lli EntercCatl'lttsburgPostomce, November 14, 1SS7, as second-class matter. Business Office 97 and Q9FifthAvenue. News Booms and Publishing House 75, 77 and 79 DiamondStreet. Averagre net clrcnlation of the dally edU lion of The Dispatch for lx months ending May 1,1SS9. 28,051 Copies per tunc Average net clrcnlation of the Sunday edi tion of The Dispatch for April, 1SS9, 46,143 Copies per Usne. TEEMS 1)F THE DISPATCH. POST AGE FREE I2T THE TOOTTD STATES. DAH.Ti)igrATcn. one Year I 8 00 Dailt Dispatch, Per Quarter 3 00 Dailt Dispatch, One Month 70 Daily DisrATCH, Including Sunday, one year 10 00 Daily Dispatch, Including Sunday, per quarter... ; S 60 Daily Dispatch, Including Sunday, one month 90 Ecksat Dispatch, one year 250 AVexelt Dispatch, one year 1 S5 The Dailt DisrATCH Is delivered by carriers at JScenta per week, orlncludlngtheSandayedltion. at S cents per week. PITTSBURG. THURSDAY, MAY 30, 1SS9. . DEC0EATI0H- SAY...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 30 May 1889

A.tDEtUGE OF GALLS - - Pours in, on President Harrison on the Eve of His Departure for W - DECORATION DAY IN BROOKLYN. ir .'lppeediljSends theAnti-Malone Kickers ? Aloat Their Business. ""fSl1 BEYEKLY - TUCEEE TALES EIGHT OUT tsrEClJU.3JGIL4MTOInX DISPATCH.1 - "Washisgtok, May 29. The President tad an unusual deluge of callers, to-day, on account of his contemplated departure for iJew York, and the impossibility of corner ing him again for a day or two. Among the numerous visitors was State Senator Delamater, from Meadi-llle, whose call, while it vras partly for the purpose of meeting the President, was productiTe of a little chat about the ileadyille and one or two other postoffices in the -vrestern part of the State. The handsome young Senator and possible Governor pronounced himself exceedingly well pleased with his Tislt After two or three calls at department offices he took the train for Philadelphia, in com pany with Mr. Leech, Senator Quay's private secretary, who goes to the...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 30 May 1889

.Kyr' frf '' ,T ' WS. y ' ,,r--rv ., v f. ?;.-? y l"'"?S,5,-?-S - f r ,5?-V THE' PITTSBUE& DISPATCH,' ' THXTRSEX KA.T30, '1889. 6 K OBSCURED BEAM The Phillies Batter Up the latrohe Young Man. PETTSBUEG DOWNED AGAIN President Nimick Leaves the City on a Mysterious Mission. BOSTON BEATS CHICAGO OKCE MOKE Cleveland Still Keeps Up Its Winning: Gait at Washington. GENERAL BASEBALL SEWS OF THE DAI Games Played Yesterday. PHrXAnSUHfAS-. 15....PITTSBT7BGS ClJEVELAJTOS.. 6....WASHIKGTOXS.... yKWjyOBKS 8....IKDIAKAPOLIS..... Bostons 3....Chicagos A'TCtrncs., 7....Baxtimokes.. CAXTOJT3 32....VUEEUNGS 7 EocHEsrrits. S....BrrFFAixs. 0 Games To-Day. National League, two games at each place Pittsburg at Philadelphia: Chicago at Denton: Cleveland ax 'Washington; Indianapolis at New York. A3IEEICAM A SSOCIATION, two games at each place Cincinnati at Philadelphia; Louisville at Columbus; St. Louis at Brooklyn; Kansas City-at Baltimore. Intteknationai. League, two games at each place Hamilton at S...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 30 May 1889

T, l- TuJ. jj. LOOAL LIVE STOCK. Leading features of Markets at Lib- . erty for the Week. 1 FLIGHT CATTLE EUN-LAED MARKET 1 IHeayy Supply of Sheep and Lambs, Tear s' TT lings Scarce and Firm. HOGS EEEP DKIFTIXG DOWNWARD ik office of Pittsbukg Dispatch, T L, Wednesday, May 29 1888. f - Receipts of cattle on Monday were 67 cars against 72 the previous Monday. Some E or 6 loads hare been received since the beginning of the week, making a total of 73 cars, which is 8 cars below the snpplyjof last week. Quality was scarcely no to the average. There were 52 loads from Chicaco, and a few of these were prime stock, bat the bulk was below standard grade. There were fever heavy weights than last week. Drovers have evidently caught on to the fact that this bas become a very poor market for heavy cattle. There ha been little demand for export cattle at Liberty yards for some weeks past. Bayers from Eastern Pennsylvania were .scarce this week. The demand was mostly local. The best demand was for...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 30 May 1889

' vt i r THE PITTSBURG- DISPATCH, THURSDAY, MAT BOsfQ&B?; i s I s. I 1 BEM OF TERROR. The Arbitrary Course of the Kussian Police in Attempting to SUPPRESS THE 2JIHIHST PLOTS. Mysterious Arrests Hade at All Hours of the Day and Right. THE LAST EFPOET TO KILL TAB CZAK tin Eegnltea la u Increase or the SeTerity or the Authorities. Bussia is in a more distressed state than ever. Since the last attempt to kill the Czar a veritable reign of terror has pre vailed. The police have arrested a large number of suspected Nihilists. New Toek, May 29. The following let ter has been received from Ivan Surinnon; a Russian Nihilist, by a friend in this city. To escape the 'vigilance of the police it had to be taken to the frontier to be posted: St. Pkteksbueo, May 14, 18S9. Mt Deab Feien b; The greatest excitement prevails in our beautiful city.and a cloud blacker than the blackness of mldnibt bangs over our heads. N o one is sure of his life, for at any mo ment the storm of autocratic thunder m...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 31 May 1889

'Mk i iff" r $r i& w & 1-TWM. v $ 3C s?""'- FOR 48 DAYS Is the title of & romantic novelette by Joaquin Miller, which will be pnbr Hshed complete in next Sunday's Dispatch. The story is based upon C&Ufoml&n history, and is tall ol . Btirring incidents andoetlo fancies. Hfrir' I- r: 1 .' " yj -PORTY-POTJBTH TEAS. - WIG TO REGRET Secure in the Celebration of arJDeooralion uay in the Nation's Metropolis. Brooklyn well pleased Because the President is the Central Figure of Its Show. TICE PRESIDENI 3I0ET0N IS SEW TOEK Iatkb Crowds Lino tho .Streets in Both Cities President Harriion Review 12.000 Men in tho Brooklyn Parade Klne Thousand Were la Linen the New York Parade Passed ibe Vice President Cheer After Cheer Rings Ont Each One is Seen and Recognized A Depress ing Day In New York-President Har. ' rlson's Pallor and Evident Weakness t Widely Commented On He Worms Up l"J With the Excitement. &fDecorationDayin Brooklyn and Kew foiYork Citv was made particularly In...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 31 May 1889

": L-v 4.rSSS3rJ' je 3i! ".ra v:mf ir v. iUC ' i-K 2 THE1 'PITTSPIIRG- XHSPATCH, WRUDAYf -MArT 31, 18891 SWE k ITISQTJITEIEW. The Allegheny and Manches ter Street Railway to ALTER ITS MOTIYE POWER. Uo Cable, ffo Slot Bail and Ko Over head Wires Are Wanted. EACH CAR BUNS INDEPEHDEHTLY. A. Combination of a Gas Engine Electricity the Scheme. and SEW PLElSiKT TaLLEX CABS COHIKG. The management of the Pittsburg, Alle gheny and Manchester Street Bail way Com pany have abont completed their experi ments with an entirely new street car system, and, from the present indications, the company will put it into practical operation on its lines in a very short time. It has for a long time been generally known that the company intended to aban don the horses; but what would be the motive power to take the place of horses, lias always been a matter of conjecture. One of the directors of the company gave a Dispatch reporter, last night, a detailed description of the new system, which is entirely dif...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 31 May 1889

P'75 c v.; THE PJTTSBTJBG- IISPATCE,v KEHDAT, KAY ,-31, :m:n fm ) 4 L a WEMTHS UPON SOD. 'Memorial Day Was Observed by the - ?01d Soldiers and Citizens. WMTHY TRIBUTES TO THE DEAD. EUviSfiV --i.. i nt,... nrstnrs VoV. xnyaie iiaizeu auu viuo. ...... b IHI Stirring Speeches. SCENES 15 THE VARIOUS CEMETERIES There is much that will remain unwritten about Memorial Day. The Dispatch and'other journals will record the general events of the day. It is comparatively easy to describe the processions or veterans, re Dort the orations delivered in the various " 'cemeteries, and tell of the fragrant heaps'of flowers and starry stacks of flags laid upon the graves of iallcn heroes. That all forms the pomp and show of the day. Bat where is the eye that was able to see into the heart of the mothers of those slaughtered braves and coldly report back tba dimensions of re-opened wounds? "Where was the pen cruel enough to pene trate the sacred feelings of grief which many a widow's sad memories calle...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 31 May 1889

mmmr ista, -. S ' ;ri? i3r'5?W.fl& : ".-? -i t ' """' 1 .?Bfe.T :V- T ,V.i S2K" "rr ' c "WA V! il ' jB'MSaiS'TAX?y.JULA .ttA&Je7 THE " PITTSBUEG- -DlSPA-TGHFTRrDAY rjtfAT si: ' - - r- -. -- . - 'J. He Bt$pftij. ESTABLISHED FEBRUARY S; 1841 VoU, No.llS. EntercfaSPlttsborgPostoffice, November H.1SS7. as.eecond-class matter. Business Office 97 and 99 Fifth Avenue. News Booms and Publishing House 75, 77 and79 Diamond Street Average, net circulation or tlie daily edi tion of The Dispatch for six month ending Slay 1.1SS9, 28,051 Copies per issue. Average net circulation of the Sunday edi tion of The Dispatch for April, 1SS9, 46,143 Copies per Issue. TER31S OF TOE DISPATCH. FOSTAGC FBZE 137 7TIX CNXTXB STATES. DAnvrtJisrATcn. One Year f 8 00 DAILT Dispatch, Per Quuier 2 00 ''DAILY Dispatch. One Month. TO Daily Dispatch, Including. Sunday, one year... 10 00 Datlt Dispatch, Including Snnday, per quarter...- 2 SO DAH.T Dispatch, Including Snnday, one month 90 EUXDAT Dispatch, oncycar ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 31 May 1889

w & -4B&w- 35HEY MEANT TO KILL -.- teast the Grand Jury at Somerset W .''lT,l...iF,t Airrfnl ThnrffA Wa KGAINSTPOUR OP TEE ACCDSED. -of the Sullivans, raster and Lewis the Quartet Arraigned. 6THE CHAKGE OF BURGLAR! SUSTAINED fFItOMA BTJLTT COEEESTOKDKST.3 rSosiEBSET, May 30. The grand jury this fspSorning returned a true bill against Jack ie ! son and Marshall Sullivan, Decatur Tasker Sand Charles J. lewis for assaultand battery with intent to kill old Christian Xoder, who made the inlormation. It is forbidden by the rules or creed of his sect to go to law, and the much-abused Amish patriarch could not be persuaded in the first instance to make the charge of burglary against the four men. That was doney Hugh Miller, a merchant of Summit Postoffice, adjacent to Mr. Yoder's house. It was a very difficult matter to get Mr. Xoder to make this last charge, but alter he had been in court for a time his feelings be came sufficiently stirred up, and he con sented to have the informa...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 31 May 1889

3i?--. ? w&9vm rtfii ! : Is-T -"WVvi. .TSMCIT nirswiti i "" ... !f rx yjnatiytf - (-7vWX--- fFiriiL -irA, 3e? ir'iS v T THE 4. PITTSBtTBG- DISPATOH, JBX&JT? IstATffitlffft 189t.V-: 6n MR, CUNNING'S DOSE The Eastern Youth Touched Up Yery Lively. PHILLIES WABM HIM HP, But the Pittsburgs Turn the Tables After Dinner. BOSTON GETS TWO MORE VICTORIES Cleveland Wins Another Hard Fought Game at Washington. GEKEKAL BASE BALL HEWS OF THE DAI Gnmes Plnyed Yesterday. PrnsBUBOS. 10..Pjhladelphias. 4 PntLADKLPHlAS- 13.. ..PITTSBURGS 6 ClEVELAJCKS...... 2....'WASHrNGT0XS.... 1 Sett Yokxs...... 7..1sdiakapoijs... 3 indianapolis....' 6.. ..new yorks. s bostons 10....ck1cagos 8 bostojts 4....chicagos 2 brookx.tss. 9 st.louis. 7 St. Louis S....Bkookz.tks 4 athxetics 6....clnctxi!ati8 1 ATHLETICS 3-...ClXCn-NATIS 0 Toito:fTos(0.).... 9 Eclipse 0 Toroxtos. 8.. ..Eclipse. 7 bpff.ai.os 18....t0b0nt0s. .. 12 losdons s....bochesters 4 Syracuse S....Hamtxtons 1 Lafayettes. 9... .Actors. 3 Ekca Stars ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 31 May 1889

V-1J.CS40 T js3 j5EWS. ) SWV-- MOW DAY. ThVPutlic Names a Few Win ' 1 . ,, .ners at Latonia. , -ZIJEIJ WINS A GOOD STAKE iSome Good Trotting ETents at Ex- . X. ST. position Park. UHF flPENIXG PAY AT JEROME PARK. Events Among the Local Scullers and the Gun Shooters. - GEKEFaii 6P0RTIKG2fEWS0FTHE DAT AT Latosia First race, Kedar Khan, 1; Cupid, 2. Second race. Jewel Ban, 1; Unlucky. 2. Third race, Msfmma,l:Zilford, 2. Fourth race, Zulu, 1; Maori, 2. Fifth race, Ellen Douglass, 1; Tioga, Z At Wheeling First race, King Hero, 1; Regulator, 2. Second race, J. IX. Ruddle, 1; MaldenBlush, 2. A.T Exposition- PAKK-First race. Jessie JL, 1; Sandy Andy, 2; Second race, Irish Lord, 2: Still Alarm, 2." Third race, Llghtfoot 1; Bonnie, 2. At JnEOMEPAKK First race, Ballston, 1; Bess, 2. 'Second race Druidess, 1; Devotee, 2. Third race, FirenzL 2, Fourth race. Euros, 2; J.A.2 2. Fifth race, Diablo. 1; Eric, 2. Sixth race. Aurelia, L Seventh race, Miracle, 2; Mirabcau, 2. THE rCBLIC ON TOP. Latonia R...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 31 May 1889

vS-vtxxism r " -L " 'K' r ' m& lt, n -. i&4 r' IT s 'TBX PITTSBURG DISPATGH, '. FRIDAY, MA.YP' 31 :" 1889. rs THE YOEDOO DANCE, ith All Its Weird Rites, Still in Existence in Louisiana, A POLICE KAID IN KEW OELEMS Disturla a Hjsterions Seance That Was la FhII Progress. "WHLTB WOMEN AMONG THE DETOTEES. t&ej- Sj Hil the Hfcro Kecromsaeer Em Per. formed Marvelous Cores. It has been discovered that Voudooism till exists in Louisiana, and even is New Orleans. A police raid has furnished un Jnistakable eridence on this point White persons are connected with the practice. Ail those implicated in the matter were Sued. Sew Okleans, May 30. A case in the Second Recorder's Onrt this morning estab lishes the fact that Vondooiszn and its dis Ensting rites still hava a foothold in Lou isiana. It was generally supposed that the Vondoo -was extinct Carefnl inquiry by the ity press, coTering a series of .years, had failed to discover a genuine case of Voudoo ism, and it ras believed that...

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

vSF.lir:' 7?ff- .- n-ipp-Yiir tsSj v K5j7 .- s 'F'Tv 7Bt- I ' -' - ca.t&fx -j' :t" '- -.. rJ : I . J H" Transient Advertisements, INCLUDING WANTS, TO LETS, FOR SALES. ETC., FOR TO-MORROW'S ISSUE ' " ''-C-. Should be la andsdM c-rouia ne nanus" ," BV POETY-FOUBTH. IXEAIt HORRORS lif HORRORS. - ..- j? j. Irf-ity-if Jotam? 'MciHSi .-r MSM UM"J)I t .. , . i j i v i rt . swiujisfl .o waters MT I" I I 1 "" 11 1 '"ft? 'gjggr of SoufflP.ork Broken byiwplleii.StreanL d:M'IffiiieiisevTolTiniB Fater 1- -Mt "-Iff SWiLEOWS EIERITHDfG EF ITS 1EA0E - iSor Sours Hundreds of People .Are Seen Floating Along, 's J - SlifiPlnTiorT7riV .miT: ' .JldnerFHelp; CJ is ' -. Some of tlie Scenes IndescfibaWeTke Work r- r.- .1 i -.- i tT" ? j each the Scenalof DesoIalioE and All f W -People ;Wamed,iT)ateTectHally-&miIiaTlV . .jflein.uireiess-ioCJiKig. uciawu kSim'iiuiuaiiujii - .- w- -., , Ihe whole -world shaddersjsnd-sigba tti norning, - i? .".7.f1- - - i,.-. . All the people -wio have'Tes to read Jorl...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 1 June 1889

EgEJl FWSW TiWY$!& ';j:"m!yWfmFti7-i !fgfPS3 v A news gathered whether the water would be liable to cover his home or not, and the last seen of him he was endeavoring to find Kome way to reach the scene ot the awial disaster. There was hardly one of the questioners hut had a friend at Johnstown, and their suspense and eagerness at which they grasped at any news gave but a slight por tent of tne suspense and sad realization sure -to follow. EAPIDLY EISING EIYERS. Tho Allegheny nud MoDODcnbcla Swelling- I at ine fuuo 01 im xen an uvui "So Danger Apprehended. The torrent of surging waters from the flooded rivers is j-apidly making its way toward this city, and it is predicted that by soon to-morrow there will be SO feet of water at the wharves. The river men had all heard of the heavy washouts, and late last night numbers of them ere aboutthe wharves discussing tie matter and the probable extent of the rise of the waters at this point. Ko serious damage is apprehended, as it is not...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 1 June 1889

iggLgiS 'WtW1 IfW 4" . ' i. J I ,1, , . HE JSSTS TO MOW "Why tie Electric Street Light Con . . , tract Should be Extended FROJIjTHBEE TO TEN TEAKS LOUG. 0. jMnsod Sajs Electricity WiU be 25 vfi&y per Cent Cheaper. HOW. THE TAXPAYERS CAN SATE HOKET JrFrpretty generally known to people in terested thaf the East End Electric Light Company was given the contract in the early part of the winter for-the lighting of a apart of the city for three years. "Lately an ordinance has been introduced iinto Councils to "modify" that contract, so ias to make the term ten instead of three t years. Xne change miebt possibly hare J 'been made without attracting general atten- " tion. had it not been that the Globe Light- , ing Company, of Philadelphia, which has run tbe gamut from gasoline to electricity, kept an eye out on all movements in this direction. yesterday Jtlr. C. K. Robinson, of the company, called on Controller Morrow and announced that his company proposed to know whether or not "modi...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 1 June 1889

rsT v TSwSgSBSri. vr; --. y.sA '-.af &&rS . m:- ' rsxr l. 2 ,. & SlTtGRDlT, 'jufti 1, THE. PITTSBURG DISPATOH, K- lSs? f J 1 A NEW FEATURE. TOMORROW'S MAMMOTH TRIPLE HUMBER or THE PITTBBURG DIBPATCH WILL CONTACT (In complete form) AtOMANTIC.HISIOBJCALNOVEIiETTE BY JOAQUIN MILLER, EICTITXKD "'For Forty-Eight Days." The story is based upon an Indian campaign In the early days of California, and describes the mysterious captive maiden who formed the theme for many of the anther's finest poems. None of the nsnal features of The Sun dat Dispatch are omitted, and many new ones hare been added. Oar list of contributors embraces some of the brightest writers, for the American press. To-morrow's paper will contain the latest de tails from the scene of the South Fork Reser Toir disaster, at which point The Dispatch has its own staff correspondents. The cable news will be as complete as usual, and no Item of interest in any part of the two hemispheres will be omitted. ESTABLISHED F...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 1 June 1889

THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, - SATURDAY, . JUNE 1, 1389. Sr t ONLY IMITATIVE AET. -1" Yeiy Few New Great Creative Works at the Paris Exposition. &H ABtWDAKCE OP LANDSCAPES. - f. iThn TnflnnM nf the Paris SchOOI to be & Seen Everywhere. OMITHOLOGr LEFT TO THE SCULPTOES :1p jijib itfav 3L A'few observations mav be added to what I cabled you last Saturday about the art department of the Exposition. in failing to repress the obvious inferiority of merely imitative art, the management has weakened a great, exhibit As a result, the Exhibition has acquired au artificial magnificence by the profusion of huge scenic -works, many of them as large as the itinerant Jfunkacszy and Verest chagins,not possessed of greater intrinsic merit, but generally superior in purely decorative quality and essential dramatic strength. How positively these so-called historical and scenic compositions dominate the entire exhibit may be conjectured from the fact that there are nearly balf of the whole num ber ...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 1 June 1889

'. ' C V1 THE PITTSBTTRgV DISPATCH, ' SATURDAY, 3TJNE ' 1, 1889J 6 I 1 fc WITH LITTLE GLORY The Local Bayers Will Be . turn Home To-Day. BESULTS O'E THE LONG TEIP President Kimick Talks About His Journey to Philadelphia. HARRY STALE! TO GET A PRESENT. ATondale Wins the , Latonia Sensation Stakes Other Baces. GENERAL SPOETINGKEWSOFTHE DAT Games Flared Yesterday. potxapeuhias- 11....1kbiakapolis.... 8 Fhilabelphias.. 10.. ..Indianapolis.... 4 Columbus 7.... Louis vxlles 2 Games To-Day. National League Indianapolis at Pitts burg, Clevelands at Chicago, New Yorks at Washington, Phlladelp bias at Boston. American Association CIncinnatis at Philadelphia, Loulsvillesat Columbus, St. Louis at Brooklyn, Kansas Citjs at Baltimore. Inteenationai. League Syracuse at Toronto, Bochesters at Detroit, Buffalos at London, Hamiltons at Toledo. League Record. Perl Per Won. Lost. CXI Won. I.ost.Ct. Bostons. ,7 Chlcagos IS IT .433 l'ulladelphlaslS 10 .6551 Plttsburtrs. ..IS 18 .400 .New Yorks.. .17 12 ....

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