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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 11 May 1889

PA I m - JTransient Advertisements, INCLUDING WAMTS, TO LETS, FOR SALES. ETC., FOR TO-MORROW'S ISSUE Should be banded in at tlio main advertising office of The Dispatch, Fifth avenue, up to midnight. Ml FORTY-FOURTH TEAR. II SMr. .Andrew Carnegie Extremely Hopeful That Presi f dent Roberts 'WILL CORRECT THE EVILS Which Have Resulted From Discrimi nation Against Kttsburg BI THEPENNSXLVANIA R. B, COHPANX As Interestlsg: Conversation With tbe Iron Kins Ho Speaks Highly of President Roberts, bat Think His Lieutenants Hare Imposed on Him A Itemed! Ins pected In o. Short Time Keal Objects ot (Bf r. Carnerfe's Earopeon Tlslt at This Time He Confirms tbe Report That He and Mr. Fhlpps Will Practically Retire From Their Extensive Enterprises. Kr. Andrew Carnegie informs The Dis patch that within a very short time the discriminations now practiced by the Penn sylvania Railroad Company against Pitts burg shippers will cease. He lays great stress on President Roberts' fairness, which lie expects...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 11 May 1889

HHHIHI.HH.HHHIHHHBMii 'Frmffis'BrBBs'ffrTrs'sffrrnrrrrai'rrH " V -. Off T " " J "" 'alBssHR (L au- J 'i-josmi SRS 2 ' THE PHTTSBTiaG- DISPATCH, - f ARTTREASTJRES. Auction Sale of Sdme Bemarfc able Oil Paintings, LEFT BY MB. JOHN SCOTT. Historical Scenes of Early Pittsbnrg JPut ia Colors, BY THE BRUSH OPFAMODS BLITHE. Connoisseurs Attending the Sale Bo Some liTelj Bidding. 6T0EIES ATTACHED TO THE PICTUBES Hany connoisseurs ia art attended the auction sale of household effects at the man sion of the late John Scott, President of the Allegheny Valley Railroad, at the corner of Shad j lane and Forbes street. This led to spirited bidding for some historical old paintings which Mr. Scott had possessed ever since he bought them from the cele brated artist who made them, but -which, ac cording to the railroad magnate's trill, had to be sold -with other of his possessions. Neatly all the wealthy families of the East End were represented at the sale. By all odds the most valuable oil paint in...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 11 May 1889

X&:IHsplau advertisement one dollar per tovare or one insertion. Classified advertise ments on this page such as Wanted, For Sale, 'To Let, etc, ten cento per line or each inser tion, and none taken or lest than fifty cents. THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH BRANCH OFFICES. For tho accommodation of the trablic, Branch Offices have been established at the following plaoes, where Want, For Sale, To Let, and other transientadvertisements will be received up to 9 P. M. for inser tion next morning: Advertisements are to be prepaid except where advertisers already have account With TUX DIS PATCH. THOMAS McCAFFKKY, 3X8 Butler street. EMIL O. bTUCKEY, SUh street and Penn are. . G. bTUCKEY A CO., Wjlle aTe. and Fulton It. "32J. STOKELY, Plfth ATenue Market House, UIBTISD. j. w. -WALLACE, 6121 Penn avenue. OAKX.A2TD. JICALLISTEK AEILE115LER,5UiaT. &AVwoodlt, SOUTHBIDE. JACOB SPOHN. Ko. : Canon street. CUAS. bCHMTARM, 1707 Carson street. ALLEGHENY;. A. J. KAERCHEK. 59 Federal street. H.'J. McBRID...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 11 May 1889

J4 V.: 9-" t TWENTY ' TWENTY PAGES. bricks. IHt Ul5rAlt.il !K$'J, fob f 'Sunday, May 1 2 (To-Morrow) VILL BE i 20-PAGE THREE-PART NUMBER. IiOOK AT MCOmiBUTORS Fob To-Mobbow Sidney Iiuakn, Rer. Geo. Bodges, BUI Nye, E. L. Wakemnn, Beverly Cmmp( F. G. Carpenter, Henry Norman, Mary J. Holmes, Emma Nevada, Olive Weston, Shirley Dare, Bessie Bramble, Lillian Spencer, Clara Belle. . W. Harnett, Mnry Gay Humphreys And Many Others. SEE WHAT THEY WRITE ABOUT. Sev. Geo. Hodges discusses popular amuse ments. IEscma Nevada tells of the adventures ot a Prima-Donna. Bill Nte discusses society with "Ward Mc- Allister. Pbank G Cabfenteb deals with the women of Burmab in his usual fascinating style. 3IABY J. HotitES describes Venice the beauti ful. Shirley Dake talks about dress; and gives lady readers some valuable toilet hints and recipes. Ienet Norjian' describes the Great Wall of China and the Country of Go; and Magog Eeveely Chump tells all about the tropical Isle of Trinidad, Olive Weston- pre...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 11 May 1889

"WCKS. 5" . m T "r .THE PTTTSBTTKG DISPATCH, . SATUBDAY, MAY" il, -1889. .' m fvS-t. imrrn nm i rrm rvn mn A'TkT? :m aiA i & ur liULUJC. X - 'Bradstreet's Beports Show Improve ment Onlv at a Few roints. ifflE OUf LOOK SOT MCOURAGIKG. ICrop Prospects Are Considered Excellent, but the Great SlBON IKTIMSTS AEB LAHGUISHI5G. fi. Pun Col Anticipate "Hat Ue Ontpnt Will b Greatly Seduced. Beports to Bradstreet's show a gain in trade at some points, but it is by no means general. On the whole the situation is not encouraging. The Centennial celebration did not help things at New York. Accord ing to B. G. Dun & Go. iron is on the de cline. A reduced output is predicted. rSr-ECIAX. TXLXOSaMTO TBS DISPATCH. 3 New Yoke, May 10. Special telegrams to Br-ad&reeVt from leading trade centers in dicate an improvement in general trade at Cincinnati, Chicago, St Louis and Kansas City. At no other point reporting has there been any widespread gain in the movement of staples. Advices from Phil...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 11 May 1889

5 -i . w Fr ?ry . - ?m 6 PITTSBURG- DISPATCH? SATURDAY; MAT 11, 1889. -rA 1 - Chicago 'lightning Strikes Pittsburg's Ball Team. STALEYIS WAILOPEDHAED Umpire lynch Fines Him $10 for Strategic Pitching. A SCHEME 10 SAVE THE GAME. Senators Bant Oat the Phillies and the Hoosieis Win. KEWS ABOUT CLUBS AHD PIAXERS rsrxciAL TK.IGBAX TO the DisrATcn. Chicago, May 10. Bis; yellow sulphur ous looking clouds were stacked up in tbe west and north when the Chicago and Pitts burg teams came out upon the field this aft ernoon. The heat was oppressive. There was a breeze from the west, but it was the same old sirocco that has been blowing over Chicago for the last fire days. 'Hie game, which was a remarkable one so long as it lasted, was begun in a dead calm. Forty-five minutes later it was broken up by a furious storm of wind, rain, hail, lightning and thunder. Perhaps the terrific cannonading of the Chicagos drew the yellow clouds over the city. It was heavy enough to draw most anything. For half...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 11 May 1889

Ill CRIMINAL. & ItSeems Probable That the tl w Doctor Had Verv Good Rea- sons for Vanishing, ItsENSATIONAL CONFESSION 5 fMade by a Toung Man Who Was Arrested on Another Charge. 'M. Ithe tbuke misteei now explained. A Bodr Wu Placed In the lake, bat It Warn That of a Womnn-A Wlerd 311 d night Ride Tho Police Hare Discov ered Evidence Confirming the Slorr Doctor Cronln Said to Hare Been Seen by a Friend at Toronto He Pretends to Ham Unearthed a Great Crime. The mystery surrounding the disappear ance of Dr. Cronin, of Chicago, is in a fair way to be dispelled. A young man arrested by the police has made a startling confes sion. He says that, in company with three men, one of whom he believes was Cronin, he took the body of a woman in a trunk to the lake and deposited it there. He was paid $25 for his share of the work. A woman is missing from the locality described, and the police hire discovered other evidence confirming the story. Chicago, May 10. The most startling information i...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 11 May 1889

V3, .--. f i.?" yv" ;4;W ' -T t. . J. " ' . J ...... III M ' jhspatoh; Saturday,, mat' ;ii,;i8e - 8 v' . . ; THEriU'aiiUittd" S7' : II 4 I' I X' T P. ANIMSUALMMD. The Homestead Steal Workers Ask ' for a 30 Per Cent Advance. IRON MASTERS AM INDIFFERENT. Secretary Weeks Hints That There Will be So Scale Conference. OYER 2,400 HIKERS GET THE ADVANCE The wages of iron and steel workers.for the coming scale yearjarrj being discussed by the members of the Amalgamated Associa tion, and tronble.is expected before a settle ment is reached. 'The workers are more secret than ever before regarding their in tentions while the manufacturers are doing nothing. It is known, however, that the workers will propose'" an advance. At the Homestead mill of CJarnegie, Phipps & Co., the men have decided to demand a 30 per cent advance. They believe that the condi tion of trade will watrant the payment of higher wages, and although they have very little to say on the subject seem to be confi dent of suc...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 11 May 1889

t.. !s - - r feaO: THE fflTSEURG DISPATCR mm Jf &L '" : " " PITTSBURG, SATUHDAT, MAX U, 1889. : -;'. ' - . i : ERIESOFSHOET-STORIES By J. Marsden Sutcliffe, ENTITLED m ' ROMANCE OF M IN SUBAffOE- OFFICE, IBetsto Passages iit the Expedience op Mb. AUGUSTUS WILLIAM WEB BEE, Formerly General Manager of the Universal Insurance Company. ALL RIGBTS An Did Man's Darling. CONCLUDED, m. On a bright spring morning in the year following the fall of Sebastopol, Mr. "Web ber was seated in his room in the offices of the Universal Insurance Company, in Can non street, buried in deep thought His face wore an anxious,puzzledlook,asthough his mind -was occupied in an abortive at tempt to thread a way through the complex ities of a difficult question as indeed was the case. "There may he more in this than meets the eye," he murmured to himself, after sitting for some time in apparent abstrac tion from his surroundings. "It mayprove f- . amatter for our enquiry agent. I will have ' Doggett here, an...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 11 May 1889

Mm, g .f & l? 10 f THE PITTSBTJEGr DISPATCH; SATURDAY, MAT 11, 1889. 'I ' , t 'ISR AGATEMAFSFLTJKRY. Mn Carr's Bemarkable Statement in Defense of Supt. Starr. GATES OPENED IN TEAR OP FOLK. Interesting Testimony for the Official's Side of the Case. AN EX-MATOR AND HIS PETITION The trial of Superintendent A. B. Starr, of the Fort "Wayne Railroad, was resumed yesterday morning before Judge Magee. E. H. Johnston, Esq., in opening the case for the defense, said the orders under which the gates at Federal street are operated were issued by Mr. Starr's superiors. The gates were erected before he was made Superin tendent, and the rule relative to silencing whistle and bell was adopted at the request of Allegheny citizens. E. B. Summerville, a civil engineer, pre sented a plan of the crossing, and gave the measurements and grades. J. K. Turner, Trainmaster, explained the "workings of the gates. He said the man at the swing gate crossing the tracks is the superior of the man at the safety...

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

www" -f'F ... :&- 1,77" T -i" :?: esfT? ? P. V. 5 '5 . - "7 K -A L' pEUSEET BASKET. BJ,Jt nt m J rnflai1a Trnrlo rsiiUBSOI OaiOOU lHUBViuwu .ttiwiu in Staple Heals. fOISTEES DONE, CLAMS IN PLENTY. UjDearth of Strawberries tut a Sufficiency , On tne nay. IaCTITE TVEEL7S TKAPE IN FLOWEES office of PnrsBrBG Dispatch, 1 In the line of staple meats trade has fallen off the past week. Local receipts of cattle at East Liberty were the lightest this year, and not more than one-third the weekly average of last fall. A-Diamond market butcher reports that the License Court rulings nave knocked him out of a trade which amounted to 5100 per week. Said he: "My vest customers were saloons. I am sure that X put over SO pounds of meat into the Done bar rel this week for which I would hare found ready sale at 8c a pound if my customers had not been knocked out." The demand continues good in the lines of fish. Shad are in better supply and down in price. The retail oyster trade is practically over...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 11 May 1889

-. JS5i" ""?' J 'v- &- 12 THE PITTSBimG- -DISPATCH SATURDAY,. MAT 11, , 1889 ' " .-' - j"-KTT-,M11 4. & A BAILROAD EIVAL To the Pennsylvania Company's Lines Eapidly Extending ITS TBACKB THROUGHOUT OHIO. gteutenrille and neighboring Deeply Interested. Toiraa OPESIKO UP mW COAL TEREITOEX rCO&BXSFOXDXXCX or THE iuspatch.i Sietjbentille, O., May 10. The rapid extension of the 'Wheeling and Lake Erie Railway, with its important trunk line connections, its development of the best and largest coal field in Ohio, its tapping of the extensive belt of Ohio river manufactures, and its exceptional solution oi the problem of return traffic, is a matter of widespread importance. It is also, to Stenbenville, a matter of peculiar interest and the greatest concern. While Stenbenville has three railroads, yet they are all run by the Penn sylvania Company, and this new road will give ns connections with the Baltimore and Track-Laying Machine. Ohio, either by the Wheeling and Lorain from Br...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 12 May 1889

-1E TRIPLE NUMBER. . ."":. I ' : v . , i it a J iFORTY-iFOTJBTH TEAR T The British Cabinet Prevents What Might HavVBeen a Revolution. T FEARED THE LIBERALS, And Consequently Would firm Uo Bisks of a PronaWe Defeat A GENERAL ELECTION IS KOT COURTED. Some Scati Would be Lost to tho Govcrn- meat In Sack a Case The Successful Combine Against Evicted Tenants Only One Way to Retaliate Prominent Amer ican! One Meets on Piccadilly Two Opin ions ot Bonlanser Ex-Mayor Hewitt Causes a Sensation Queen Victoria Dis appoints 20,000 of Her Faithful Subjects IIow Mr. Depew's Speech Is Met la London and London Society. The British Cabinet lias been compelled to forego forcing a bill to its passage by fighting the Tories and Liberal-Unionists by threats of a dissolution of Parliament and the consequent elections 'with their at tendant worry and expense. English poli tics afford quilt a study jnst now. The other gossip from Europe is interesting. SPOILED M FU rBY CABLE TO TILE DISPATCH.! London, Hay 1...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 12 May 1889

m; iW? r --,.' -'Mr-ass? fis,i k .. "ra 'IKtoh'suhbI '' MiSr r . jrWKBu;-vrBMai. n - l T!fW'ff-- r " THE PITTSBURGH laoy.- - ; t t - 1 H GREAT EQUITY SUIT, Ex-Congressman Ban Against the Plate Glass Deal. HE ALLEGES CONSPIRACY To Build and Sell tlie Ford City Works and Mate $900,000. A SINGLE MINORITY MAK'S EICK Against the Profitable Fool P ittsburg Has lately Yielded. EB SUES IN CKCliE SAM'S ZBIBDfiAL A Dispatch reporter has been cognizant for some weeks of the fact tbat existing rip ples of dissatisfactian were agitating the placidity of the Pittsburg Plate Glass Com pany's inside workings. These ripples took a turbulent turn yes terday, when a bill in equity was filed In the United States District Court (as the' plaintiff now resides in the far "West) by Sol Schoyer, Jr., with ex-Congressman Samuel F. Barr, iormerlv of Harrisburg,for himself and all others who wish to lawfully join therein, as plaintiffs, acainst the Plate Glass Company, baring for its President Edward Ford; Art...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 12 May 1889

. ON 'SUNSET SHOEES. - - The Strange Verification of a Pretty Indian Burial Legend, Iff- THE ALLEGHENY TALLER Five Skeletons of Indians Unearthed lj laborers Yesterday WEEETHE CHIEF GIUASUTTa'S BEATES Five Indian skeletons' were unearthed up the West Penn Railroad yesterday. They were found bv laborers wno were diggine a- foundation vault on a section of the 'Boss farm. At first they sup posed they had run across an old graveyard, but further investigation satisfied them that at one time this was an isolated spot where the five men were evi dently all buried at once. The bones were sot in rows, hut their position suggested the thought of a hurried interment There was no doubt of the race to which the skeletons belonged. The skulls and other bones were examined during the after noon by a surgeon, who had no difficulty in determining the fact that the men had been aborigines of Tery powerful build. Two J Hint arrow-heads were also found in the hole. TVEEE THEY GTJTTASUTTA'S MEX. To th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 12 May 1889

rc !CEE PITTSBTTE&' DISPATCH," 'SUHTbA"! 12: 188$ w: m ESTABLISHED FEBRUARY 8. KM. Vol. 44, So. St Entered it Pittsburg Fostofflce, yovember 14, 18S7, u second-class matter. Business Office 97 and 99 Fifth Avenue. News Booms and Publishing House 75, 77 and 79 Diamond Street. Average net clrculntlon of the daily edi tion of The Dispatch, for lx months ending May 1.1SS9. 28,051 Copies per Issnc. Average net drenlation of tbe Snnday edl Uon of The Dlipctch for April, 1SS9, 46,143 Coptes ner Issa e. TERMS OF THE DISPATCH. POSTAGE FREE DfTHX CMTEB STATES. DAILY DlsrATCii. One Year ,......! 8 00 DAH.T DISPATCH, Per Quarter ! 00 DAILY DISPATCH, One Month , TO Daily. UurATcn, including Sunday, one year 1000 Dailt Dispatch, Including Monday, per quarter. -. 2 SO DAU.T Dispatch, including Sunday, one month 90 Bdndat Dispatch, oneye&r 2 GO Weekly DisrATCn, one year. 125 The Daily Dispatch Is delivered by carriers at 35 cents per week, orlnclndlngtbeBundayeditlos, at 20 cents per week. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 12 May 1889

EETTSBTJKG ';DISPATOH,'i-,;StJHDAT,'MA.T IS,; 18e. & PRICES UP IT PARIS. Hotel Landlords Endeavoring to Make Fortunes From Visitors. THE GOVERNMENT TO INTERFERE. Strong and Weak Toints of the Exhibit of the United States. WELL TO THE PUOKT IN MACHISEEI, But Easily Distanced in the DewratiTe and Artistic Departments. Prices have raised at Paris. The hotel keepers and tradesmen are endeavoring to make oil the money possible out of the visitors to the. Exposition. The Govern ment will probably interfere in the matter. The American exhibit comprises some fine EpecimenEof machinery, but is weak in the decorative and artistic lines. Some of the work in glass and gold, however, is very fine. rnr cahlx to the dispatch. Paeis, May 11. Copyright Com plaints are pouring in about the extortion of hotel keepers. It is the general opinion among the visitors to Paris, and has been for a great many years, that the hotel keep ers of that wicked city are about the most rapacious and remorseless b...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 12 May 1889

WK1- m B r- I IDE BULL FIELO, Some Exciting Games Among the Local Clubs. MEESPOBT IS BEATEN In a Good Contest by the East End Athletics. DUQUESNES WAX THE CHAMPIONS And the Biverside Grays Outplay the Bewicklejs. GOSSIP ABOUT THE AMATEUB CLUBS Yesterday's Ball Games. Chicagos, 11; Plttsburgs, 7. Clevelands, 4; Indianapolis, 2. Bostons. 4; New Yorks, 3. Philadelphia!!, 14; Washingtons, L St Louis, 20; Baltinioies, 4. Columbus, 12; Kansas Citys, 6. Lonisvffles. 5; Athletics, 1, Games To-Day. American Association Brooklyns at Cin cinnati; Athletics at Louisville; Baltimores at St. Louis; Columbus at Kansas City. For the details of yesterday's Lcasuo and Association games nnd Prlngle's Eevlew, ee Fourteenth Vase, Second Part. HTKEESrORT BEATEN. The Athletics Win a Good Game by (Hirer's Pltchlnr. East Liberty Park was attended by a large crowd yesterday to witness the" County League game between the East End Athletics and the McKeesports. The came was an ex citing one, as the two teams a...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 12 May 1889

1 9 ' A NOISY FAREWELL, ' President Harrison and Party Leave Washington For a Sunday Out, AMID ROAR OF CANNON. Ihey Tate Packages of Fishing Tackle and the Babies, But KO OSE KNOWS WHEEETHET'BE GOING. Anxiety to See No Oflceseekers for a Few Hoars- Drives the 'President From the Capital The "White Hot Cleaned for the Summer Scaaon Personnel of the President's Family of Serrants Hon. John Dalzell Gets In a Few Words for Ills Friends Assistant Postmaster Gen eral Clarkson Does a Bis Half Week's Work. With much pomp and noise of booming cannon, President Harrison and party, in cluding the two precious White House babies, left "Washington yesterday for a Sunday ont on the water, away Jrom office seekers and other capital pests. The White House has been thoroughly cleaned for the summer season. Hon. John Dalzell toot in Washington yesterday, casually talking over the chances oi some of the local appli cants for offices, as he did so. ISrXOU. TZLXOBJLX TO THX CISrjLTCB.l Washington, May l...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 12 May 1889

&.: '8 m LOYED HIS HIECE. --'iMft verv Laiesi unerea somnon at s-; 18 jaeyerunc mystery. E iA PLOT OP GREAT UfGEHDITL , The Baroness Shot hy Her Own Uncle, Who Wag Madly Jealous of Her. EI5GB BUDOLF THE HIXT VICTIM, And li Double Murderer Dies Pnm a Would Et ctiTedit flu Eune Erne. One more solution of the mystery of Mey erUag is advanced. It ii to the effect that the Baroness Vetsera Tras shot by her uncle, who -was infatuated with her and madly jealous of the Crown Prince. The story has it that haying killed the Baroness by mis take, the Count, her uncle, made sure of his next shot and brought down the Crown Prince, but that a portion of his own hand was blown off during the shooting afiair, and he has just died, of blood poisoning. IBT CABLE TO THE DISPATCH. IONDOH, May 1L Copyright Per haps the most remarkable story of all con cerning tne Vienna tragedy is that which has just reached Paris. So many trae stories have been published about the mysterious death of Crown Prince E...

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