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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 31 March 1889

ssssssssssssssssssHsHssssssssssssBss'sssSslissHsfllsHs - : I v- 5 , x-- : . : , ; . :. -X? ZZZZ ...-. ". I IfORTY-FOTJBTH YEAR And the United States Senate Politely But Emphatically Informs Him IT'S A GOOD PLACE FOR HIM. Six Republicans Join the Democrats in His Rejection. SENATOB QUAX IS ONE OF THE SIX, The Field Marshal's Friends Think Mr. Pome Should Ask lor a Vindication in the Form of a He-Election Halstead May be HI Opponent The Cincinnati Organ of the Rejected Gentleman Makes Some More Acrimonious Charges Quay's Tote Meant a a Slap at the Ad ministration on Account of the Philadel phia Postoffice Wrangle Kraru Elo quence Converts Dawes Henri Watter on Again to the Defense of Bii Journal Istlc Colleague. The Tote on the reconsideration of the re jection of Murat Halstead's nomination to the German Mission was a surprise. Two Democrats voted for Halstead, and beside the Republicans already arrayed against the editor, Messrs. Quay and Dawes de clared that they preferred the Fiel...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 31 March 1889

PITTSBURG DISPATOHf ' SUm2LY,M MMICH 1, 1889.' '"i U Tlie Allegheny Corrupt Solic itation Circumstance IS BECOMING INTERESTING. Two Prominent Citizens Are Arrested on a Serious Charge, BIT THEY BOTH DENT THEIR GUILT Statements From Men TFho Were Offered Money for Totes. OTHER AEEESTS LIKELY TO FOLLOW. The attempt to bribe Councilman Ebbert, of Allegheny, to vote for Thomas A. Parke for chairman of Common Council, to-morrow, caused a big sensation on the Iforthside. The charges were fol lowed by the arrest of two prominent citizens, "Wm. A. Hadfield, the liveryman, and Eichard Scandrett, Secre tarv of Board of School Controllers. De tective Sam McClure made the information against the two gentlemen, a copy of which is appended: Commonwealth of Penn-1 sylvania j vs fCorruptsolicitation. Richard Scandrett, I Win. -A. Hadfield. J Personally appeared before me, R. P. Pear Bon, Mayor in and for the city of Allegheny, Samuel McClure, who, being duly sworn, doth depose and say that on infor...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 31 March 1889

A" "V THE ETETSBTTKG DISPATCH SUNDAY, r MARCH- - -81, ' ' 1889. rFOR A BIG BONANZA. What the Latest Scheme to Gel 2,000 , Merchants Here Means. WHOLESALE PURCHASES TO BOOH. Hundreds of Thousands Secured bj Boston in Just That Way. r r PLAK TO SELL VEGETABLES BI WEIGHT The retail grocers of the surrounding country, within a radius oi 200 miles, in ad dition to the 75 delegates to the State Con vention, from this State, will take this city by storm during the week beginning Mon day, April 22. It is estimated that there will be about 2,000 of them in town during the week. Each of them will, in all proba bility leaveorders for goods which, in the segregate, msT amount to hundreds of thousands oi aoiiars. j.ne visi tors will be taken about the city and shown the sights. If any of the grocers from the remote country districts do not "see the ele phant," from the hinges on.his trunk to the fly brush, on his tail, it will not be because they were not given an opportunity to view him. The ob...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 31 March 1889

TBE FITTSBtJKGk DISBACH; SUNDAY,1 MARCS '31, 1889.' r . I I I W Mi$$tfit ESTABLISHED FEBRUARY 8. 1SJ6. Vol. . So H. Entered at Pittsburg Postoffice, o ember 14, 18S7, as second-class matter. Business Office 97 and 09 Fifth Avenue. News Booms and Publishing House 75, 77 and 79 Diamond Street. Average circulation of the dally edition of Tub Dispatch for six months ending March 1.1SS9, , 27,988 Coitics per issue. Average circulation of tbe Similar edition of Tbe Dispatch for February, 1SS9, 45,144 CAplis per issue. TERMS OF THE DISPATCH. rOSTACE FBEE IV TltE UNITED STATES. IUILT DisrATcn. One Year ? 8 00 DAILY Dispatch, Per Quarter.. 2 00 DAILY DisrATCH, One Month.., ,. D Daily DisrATcn, Including Bandar, one year 10 00 Dailt Dispatch, Including Sunday, per quarter i 5 50 DAtLT DistATcn. Including Sunday, one month 80 Bundat Diepatcii, oneyear 2 B0 WfcSKLY TJlsrATCn, one year....... 1 2$ The Dailt Dispatch Is delivered by carriers at IS cents per week, orlncludlngthebundayedltlon. at C...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 31 March 1889

fSnJS sui i,T s - " . DISPAtfOH 'SUNDAY,' 'M&dfi::- 31f' 1889 THE PITTSBXJHG BOTH DIEDMt LOVE. Prince Kudolf Shot Himself and the Baroness Marie Yetsera TOOK A BIG LOT OFSTRfCHNlHE Because the Crown Prince Could Not Get a DiTorce and Bemarry. THE FACTS OF THE EOTAL R0H1NCE. Kmpcwr and Zmpnst Drawn Closer Together If tie Double Tragedy. From inside sources the London corre spondent of The DISPaKM has ascer tained the history of the death of Crovn Prince Budoll, of Austria, which he cables, and which is interesting. The Crown Prince, it seems, shot himself and his sweet heart took a fatal dose of strychnine. Be cause their couldn't be united in life they concluded to die together. IDT CABLE TO TBI DISFATCn. Lokdon, March 30. Copyright. When I arrived in London, recently, I wrote to a world-famous physician in "Vienna for some history of the astounding tragedy of Crown Prince Rudolfs death. The physician in question is a man who stands high at court and is thoroughly in touch with ...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 31 March 1889

wzv Tv rTipf9 THE"' . PITTSBURG?- DISPATCH svmykjf. 'V, Z mm am . jm. y 'MA'KUJbLy 188 v v W& 11 REVIEW OF SPORTS, Opinions About the League Pennant Race and THE HOME CLUB'S OHAKOES Conflicting Stories About Sullivan's Mode of Life. GOSSIP ABOUT THE BOWERS. A Bace Likely Between Teemer and Gandaur. GENERAL SPOETKG KEWS OP THE DAI Base ball enthusiasts have sot had much to excite or interest them during the week. jr There has been a remarkable quietude all P round, the only activity being the reporting f of the players to their respective clubs. It may be safe to say that every club in the League and Association is now ready for ' work, and during the next few weeks the weeding out process will take place. This I will be interesting to everybody who patronizes the national game, and par- ticularly so to patrons of the local 5 club. That several players" will be dispensed with here is certain, bnt the club of ficials decline to name them at present. It , may be that Manager Philli...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 31 March 1889

WILD WINDS' WORK, The First Reports of the Wreck and Ruin at Samoa More Than Confirmed. DETAILS OF THE DISASTER. Altogether a Dozen Ships Went Down Before the Hurricane. ONLY A BRITISH VESSEL ESCAPES. In Addition to Those First Reported a Number of Blerebnnt Barks are Iiot Admiral Klmberly Sends a List of the Americans Who Were Drowned Neces sity of Immediate Aid for the Ship wrecked Seamen The Navy Depart ment Has No Tessels That are Avail able Excitement on the Coast. Admiral Kimberly has cabled to the Navy Department fully confirming the first report! of the catastrophe at Samoa. A list of those who lost their lives is Riven. Samoa is subject to fearful hurricanes, and disasters have occurred there before. The Government will use every effort to succor the wrecked officers and sailors, but is hampered by a lack of ships. The loss is the most severe the American navy ever encountered. The Pacific coast is wild with excitement. WASHnrGTOJ.-. March 30. The first re ports of the exte...

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

SERSOTaBDBB SSSSSbSSST' ROI 8 mm AND CHESTS. The Two Good and Final Lectures of the Anatomical Coarse. PEOP. STEYENS AND MEDICINES. How the Glncoss Gets Its Work in, Regard less of the Baker. DR. ENGLISH 6H0W8 UP THE THORAX The last two of an Instructive series of lectures -were delivered at University Hall, Sixth street, yesterday afternoon. The first as by Prof. S. H. Stevens, M. D., his sub ject being "How to Prepare Medicines." The speaker began by saying that the lec tures might not be popular but they cer tainly were scientific That meant that ihey embraeed a plan of systematic knowl edge on the subject. He said, in substance: "To begin with, all food Is medicine, all medicine is poison, and all poison is medi cine; in other words, everything is a poison and nothing is poison. All medicines come primarily from the vegetable kingdom, althoughwe also use mercury and silver, and a very peculiar fact in regard to the vegetable medicines is that they all consist of charcoal and wat...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 31 March 1889

'& B" THE ?--.- sv y y . f r j "PAGES 9 TO 16. jr. ;: SECOHD PART. i l CHINESE CRUELTIES. The Courts, Prisons and Punish ments of the Celestial Land. EYEN "WITNESSES ARE TORTURED. 'Graphic Description of the Horrible Slicing Process. HOW CHINESE JUDGES MAEE FOETUHES COKRESrOSDEXCE OF Till DISPATCH.1 Curios, CniiTA, February 2. Hor rible! horrible!! horrible!!! are the cruelties of Chinese justice I I grew sick while watch in; the tor ture of a wit ness at the courts here in Canton to day, and I had to leave the place for fearl should faint away. The man was brought into the court in a basket. His arms were chained be- hind him. His feet were manacled so In the SlocLs, that the heavy iron had cut through the skin, and there was a chain also about his neck. He had refused to testily, and had been tortured before until he was now pale and sick. He was thrown from the basket onto the floor in front of a tall Mandarin judge, dressed in a long silk gown and wear ing a round black cap ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 31 March 1889

V V S THE PITTSBtmG tflSPATOH. SUNDAY, MAEGH-81, -1889. '10 Bake." He kissed her handiin the good old chivalrous way, and went above. CHAPTEB IX. A. BATTLE FOE I.OYE. As Orton's little vessel drew away from where the Lily lay at anchor near her own landing dock, two persons came at a wift run down the path that zigzagged from the top of the bluff to the sand beach. The bright moonlight shining fnll upon: them made the guns they carried gleam sharply. They were a man and woman, or rather a boy and girl, rushing in furious haste to the slight plank footway that led to the landing dock. It was evident in a moment that they were going to take possession of the Lily. Orion's first thought was that tome of the missing household slaves had returned and were desirous of comics aboard his sloop and following their young mistress; some movement of the girl, quick and slight as it was, told him that Lalie Garcin was i. one of them. Then instantly he recollected that the Lilv was the fastest cr...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 31 March 1889

.j,1 ' .PIRADOIIS HISTORY. Why 23 Men Have Held the Highest Office in the Land and OKLI 22 THE SECOND PLACE. Brief Eeview of the Careers ot Statesmen of Great Abilitj "WHO HAVE BEEN VICE PEESIDENTS rwMTTEN FOB TIIE BISrATCH.l XECUTXVE power shall be Tested in a President of the United States o f America," says the Constitution. The same instrument fur ther provides for a ViceVresident, who shall preside over the Senate and succeed the President in the event of his removal, death, resignation or inability to perform the duties ot the office. These two officials are elected by the same bodies, the Electoral Colleges, at the same time, and their terms begin and expire to gether. Yet General Harrison is the twenty-third President, while Mr. Morion is but the twenty-second Vice President Seven Presidents were re-elected: Washington, Jefferson, Madison, Monroe, Jackson, Lin coln and Grant; while hut four Tice Presi dents Adams, Clinton, Tompkinsjand Cal houn were accorded that distinction...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 31 March 1889

IP 12 . THE PITTSBUKG-' DISPATCH, SHNDAT, MAKCS 31, 1889. ' VTM rpiTP nnPIAl PUIHil smaH dishes of olives and of salted almonds J. Reno, ably attended to the wants of the KIPMLl PIP T'PP 7113 A Ml A PIN THE hULIAL . hWlM. affijs Jz&sffiSZ&sr The p-llNLWb Ur IHL UHAIM. m. small candles with colored shades, or with K" VI WJP10" small lamps, cither fairy or jeweled brass E 1 IffiC! u"nps- E s3t "v x?i!iyS-- social club amusements. EDLES OP POLITE SOCIETY. Question, on Point of Etiquette Answered by tbe Antbor of Don't Mistakes to Be Arolded Duties of Hosts and Hostesses Ermine Amusements. rwEITTEX FOR THE DISPATCH.2 "Will you correct the following invitation? "You and family are invited to be present st the dedication of the "WilliamsviUe TJn ion Sabbath School Chapel, February 22, 10:30." The chapel was to be dedicated in the morning; collation at noon. Should there have been any order of exercise on men tion of collation in the invitation? There was no address except the enve...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 31 March 1889

THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, BTTNDAT. MARCH 81, 1889. -JSB PROPHETS OF EVIL Tut to Inglorious Flight by a Few Figures From Official Sources. TRADE BETTER THAN EVER BEFORE Pittsburg's Business Standing Contrasted With That of Other Cities. LiST IEAE IS LAID IN THE SHADE Hope is an element of success in business as well as other affairs of life. Courage is another. Without these failure in almost any undertaking is almost certain. A 'whining, complaining man or woman is un fitted to assume the direction of any enter prise where important interests aro in volved. They are wet blankets, chilling and paralyzing the best efforts of braver people to remove tbo obstructions from the path of progress. They not only refuse to pnt their own shoulders to the wheel, but discourage others from doinjr so. The world is lull or such people, and the Injury they do to the communities in which they live is past computation. Occasionally one of these lugubrious charac ters, with a long face and mournful coun...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 31 March 1889

THE PHTSBTTEG DISPATOH, STOTDAT, MABOH 31, 1889. THE CUBANS AT HOME BeYerly Crump Gives a Description , of the People of Havana JLS THEY APPEAR TO AN ADDIEKCE Hie Eccentricities and Superstitions of the Satires. CUBA AS A PARADISE FOE PEDDLERS rcOEEESroxsrscE op -rax dxsim.tch.1 Havana, Cuba, March S. Although it Is but ninety miles from American toil to the walls of the city ef Havana, the homes and the people, their cubtoms and habits, their tastes and temperament are as different lrom our own as those of the inhab. Starts of Japan or Damaens. The Cuban who comes to New York is a surious study, whose oddities are almost innumerable. He is a born dandy. He wears jcwciry like a woman, pinches his Feet into a woman's shoes, wears his shirts :ut very decollete, dresses his hair with perfume and keeps his waist in shape with sorscts. His bony, claw-like finders are arnamented with rius bearing large knd high colored gems, and he wears his finger nails long and trimmed to a sharp point ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 31 March 1889

-r ,r4 53 "?Fj THE GHOSTLY CKAZE. How Modern Spiritualism Originated in a Sleepy Old Village FORTY-ONE TEAKS AGO TO-DAY. Singular Manifestations That Led to Widespread Belief That THE DEAD CAN SPEAK TO THE UYISG rtFXCUL TELIQBA TO TH DISPATCH. Htbesville, X. Y., March SO. T$ morrow will be celebrated by spiritualists all over the world as the forty-first anniver sary of the origin of modern spiritualism, and it was this pleasant little Tillage which gave it birth. Hydesville is a qnaint old place dull and sleepy, with an indescriba ble finished appearance, conveying the idea that it is absolutely completed and that no more building or other changes can ever take place here. Many of its picturesque dwellings are overgrown with vines, and their architecture includes jnst snch a porch as a tired pedestrian or 'cycler delights to rest in on a hot summer day. It was in one of these old frame houses, still pointed out to visitors here, that in 1847 occurred the first manifestations of mod...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 31 March 1889

&w i y . , I -I I Vnmwr . . . .-.Tawmni.ii- 1 LAND OF PROMISE. The Territory of Oklahoma is Flow ing With Milk and floneT. ITS UNSURPASSED FERTILITY. L Comprehensive Description of the Kenly-Opened Begion, I WITH A COEEECT EXFLAKATOEr MAP tSrXCLU. TXX.ECBAX TO TDK DISPATCn.1 (- J --jflCHITA, March 30. J 1 Iftr Anyone visiting, tlie 01- Oklahomaconntrycan vr ix' see at a nance uie reason for the intense desire to possess the land that actuates the man who has onee been there. The landscape is one of sur passing beauty. ifrom a hilltop, the original site of the iomn of Ennj, where Captain Payn was captured by the soldiers, can be seen a country as lair as ere could wish to rest on. J7 sd "St S.KPAl V, Y W $Vti Y w OKLAHOMA A3JD ADJACEST TERBITOKT. The new repon opened to settlement, as shown in the map, is bounded thus: North, Black Bear Creek; east, the Iovras, Sac and Fox, Kickapoos ind Pottawatomie reservations; south west, the Canadian river; south, Arrapahoe reservation; nort...

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

m W 3- ANY ONE CAN MAKE MONEY Who has a good article to sell, and who adTer tlses vigorously and liberally. Advertising is truly the life of trade. AH enterprising and judicious advertisers succeed. rORTY-rOUBTH TEAS, HARBISON IS HURT. The President and Secretary Blaine Very Badly Cut Up Over the REJECTION OF HALSTEAD. No Use at the White-House for Sena tors Who Opposed 51. H. BLAISE BT NO MEANS THE PEESIDENT. General Harrison' Backbone Stiffened br the Charges Once Blade A benntor Thinks the Rejection of IlnUtend fchonldn't So Affect ibo President A Dose of Bis Own Medicine Quay's Feci Ins for Leeds Halstend's Nnmo May Agnla be Sent to the Senate Blnino Never Knows What Harrison Is Going to Do A Damping Ground Fonnd for Men Not Good Enough for Foreign Missions. The President feels badly cut up over the rejection of Halstead by the Senate. Mr. Blaine is also hurt. The Republican Senators who voted against the Cincinnati editor will not ask any favors at the "White Home or State Depa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 1 April 1889

-"-" ' STILL INTHE FIGHT, Andrew Carnegie Says He Has Not Given Up the Battle AGAINST P. E. B. EXTOETION He Denies That the South Penn Suf fered at All at Bis Hands, LAYIHG IT ALL TO VANDEBSILTS. Borne Mighty Pertinent Suggestions on ' State Transportation. TEE PUBLIC MUST FIGHT THE PENKSI Mr. Andrew Carnegie takes decided ex ceptions to the popular superstition that he had anything to do with the death of the South Ponn .Railroad, whatever connection he may have had with its burial. The gen tleman not only makes, a positive state went in this behalf, but with it offers to the public of Pittsburg and vicinity the sug gestion that submission to the extortionate and discriminating freight rates of the Pennsylvania Bailroad has ceased to be a virtue not only, but has placed the public in the position of blame for whatever the community suffers in that particular. "What Sir. Carnegie says in the appended letter to The Dispatch will be read with interest, not only because it shifts all b...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 1 April 1889

T K ri THE . PITTSBUKG DISPATCH, MONDAY, APRIL V 1889 , ALLDOTO OK DEM. Several Sunday Addresses on Tem perance and Prohibition. TASTOR M'ALLISTER'S CONTRASTS And Soma -Tery Strong Lectures hy Out spoken Gitj Iirrines. CHEERS FOE JDDGE WHITE AEE GIVEN The Kev. David McAllister, of the Eighth Street Presbyterian Church, delivered a pithy and practical address to the Sabbath school temperance class yesterday afternoon in presence of a large congregation, the sub ject being: "A Contrast Drunk With Wine and Filled With the. Spirit" He said in substance: Children's minds, as veil as those of older persons, arc best reached by a contrast. For instance, take Jerusalem when Christ looked down upon her as she lay in all her Oriental splendor; then transpose the picture to a later date, when Titus had overridden her power and she lay a smoking and ruined wreck. Just look at the contrast. But there is a greater one: the contrast between a man who is a drunkard and a man filled with a godly spi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 1 April 1889

e Mje Bgpfolj. ESTABLISHED FEBRUARY 8 1S46. Vol. H 10 SS. Entered at Pittsburg Fosto&ce, "November 11, 18S7, as second-class matter. BusinessOfflce--97and DQFiTth Avenue. News Booms and Publishing' House--75, 77 and 70 Diamond Street. Average circulation of the daily edition of The Dltpatch for ilx months ending march 1.1SS9, 27,988 Copies per Issue. Average circulation of the Sunday edition of The Dispatch for February, 1SS9, 45,144 Caplfcs pcrlnne. TEEMS OF THE DISPATCH. rOSTACE TREE IN THE EXITED 6TATEB. Dailt Dispatch. One Year f 8 00 DAH.Y DlhPATCH. Per Quarter 2 00 Daxlt DisrATCH, One Month 50 Daily Dispatch, Including Sunday, one year WOO Dailt Dispatch, Including Sunday, per quarter 250 Dailt Dispatch, Including Sunday, one month . ...-,... w SCSDAT DiSPATcn, oneycar 5 50 Weekly DisrATCH, one year 1 25 The Daily Dispatch is delivered by carriers at 15 cents per week, or lncludln g the bunday edition, at 30 cents per week. P1TTSBUKG, MONDAY. APR. 1, 18KL ME. CAENXGIE AND ...

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