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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 28 May 1889

" FOR 48 DAYS Ii the title of a. romantic novelette by Joaquin Miller, which will bo pub lished complete In next Sunday's Dispatch. The story is based upon Calif ornlan history, and Is loll of stirring incidents and poetic fancies. 5; V - POBTT-OXIRTH YEAR. ' HIS PARTES HERD New York Democrats of All Factions Unite in Honoring Mr. Cleveland. THE HATCHET IS BURIED And Tammany Smokes the Pipe of Peace "With His Enemies. GEOYEB TALKS OP TBTJE DEMOCRACY. The Defeated -Chieftain'. Views of His Parry's Principle He Refers Sarcastic ally to the Means He Says tho Enemy Employed to Dethrone Him Confident tho Ulslng Generation Will Follow in His Footsteps and Take His Advice The Guest of the Evening Tendered nn Enthu siastic Ovation A Lovo Feast! With Lots of Admiration Expressed for Its CentrnI Figure. A complimentary banquet trts tendered ex-President Cleveland at the Fifth Avenue Hotel, in New Tort, last evening, by the Young Men's Democratic Clnb, of Brook lyn, at which all factions of th...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 28 May 1889

rr r ,-. TEEY CLAM-IT. Allegheny Said to l)e Surely Solid for ProMbitioii. AP1ETIALCANYASSMADE. The Blocks of Twenty System Being Used With Good Effect. THE I, & 0. LEAGUE IS SCORED For Working Havoc Among Many Converts for the Amendment BI AEEEST1KG SDNDAI TIOLATOES The Constitutional Amendment Commit tee of Allegheny met in the basement of the Pourth IT. P. Church last evening, to hear the reports of the Chairman and Secretary on the progress made in the work of can vassing the city by wards for voters and es tablishing ward and precinct committees. Iter. Dr. Fulton, Chairman, said he had nothing but progress to report and very bright prospects for the future. Committees have been established and aie in working order in every ward in the city. These ward committees are divided into precinct committees, and those in turn into sub-precinct committees, giving one man to each 20 voters, on the block system; but not "blocks of five," like Dudley's. All the arrangements have not bee...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 28 May 1889

?' mrtwf -d THE PITTSBURG- DISPATCH, TUESDAY, MAT1 28, 1889. 4 3f I BUILDING A BEAUTIFUL HOME. --h t rTine New Residence, of Mrs. on Fifth Avenue, East End. The plans hare just been completed for the new residence of Mrs. J. M". Gusky, which that lady is about to erect iu the East End. The location isQn Fifth avenue, between "Wilkins avenue and Roup street, adjoined on one side by the grounds and residence of the late John B. McCune, and on the other side by George Heed's house. The lot on which the building will be erected measures 150x250 feet, while the house itself will have dimensions oi 51x62 feet. Buff colored stone will be used as the material in the constrnction of the building, and the architecture will be partially ionic and gothic Broad marble WHO IS BEHIND IT? Report That Prominent Bankers Induced the Discharge of P. & W. Employes Some of the Unfortunates. The work of industrially decapitating employes of the Pittsburg and "Western Rail road goes steadily on. "Where...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 28 May 1889

THE PrfrTSBtmq - DISPATCH, TUESDAY,' MAT 28, 1889. 4 s. -.. ESTABLISHED FEBRUARY 8, 1S4S. VoL 44, 2o. 110. Enterec a: Pittsburg Postofflce, November 14, 1SS7, as second-class matter. Business Offlce--97 and 99 Fifth Avenue. News Booms and Publishing House 75, 77 and 79 Diamond Street. Averoco net circulation of the dally edi tion of The Dispntch for six months ending May 1. 1SS9, 28,051. Copies per Issue. Average net circulation of tbo Sunday edi tion of The Dispatch for April, 1SS9, - 46,143 Copies per issue. TEEMS OF TIIE DISPATCH. ' rosTAGE rr.EE in the exited states . DAH,TlisrATcn. Ope Year I 8 00 DahA DisrATcn, Per Quarter 2 00 DaIlt Dispatch, One Month Daily dispatch. Including Sunday, one year Daily DisrATcn, including Sunday, per quarter 2 M Daily Dispatch, including Ssunday, one month S Eckbay Dispatch, oneyear . SS0 eekly Dispatch, one year 125 The Daily Disfatcii is delivered by carriers at 35 cents per week, or Including the bunday edition, at 20 cents per week. PITTSBU...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 28 May 1889

r sai- V THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, . TUESDAY, MAY 28, 1889. ONE MONTH TO LITE. -The Administration Ax to Fall on the Kecks of Many Democrats. .WHEN THE FISCAL TEAR BEGINS The First of July to Witness a General Pemocratic Exodus. AN EXTBA SESSION OF CONGEESS Einected to be Called by Preslatnt Harrison late In October. For some time there has been little talk ' about 3n extra Bession of Congress. The at tention of politicians and Congressmen has been entirely t aken up -with officeseekers. But the question is again reyiTed. The reason given is that the rules may be changed so that the minority will not be able to rule the majority. A general exo dus of the officeholders is threatened to tafce place on the first of July, the beginning of the new fiscal year. lErECIAJ. TELEGRAM TO Till DISPATCIt, "Washington; May 27. A Congressman who has as close relations with the Presi dent as any Congressman, and who has re cently had repeated interviews with him, gives this opinion as to the course o...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 28 May 1889

QS- & , 7 -f THE PITTSBURG- DISPATCH, TUESDAY, MAT 28, 1889. 6 El I WIMAN SAO ICE The Millionaire Talks to the Ball' Players. HIS TIEWS OF THE LEAGUE. Why Business Hen Should Patron ' ize the National Game. EESULTS OP ASSOCIATION GAMES. Bain Again Proves Disastrous Among the league Games. jKAKAGEB PHILLIPS' OPISION OP BEAM Game Flayed Yesterday. Ctncissatis .... I0....Louisvn.MS. 9 Kansas Citts.... S.... St. Louis S BBOOKLYKS. 10....COIC1IBUS 4 CAirroN 1... .Wheeling 0 Dayton C... Hamilton 8 JIANSFIEI.DS 8....BPRIKGFIELD 7 Games To-Day. Natiokai, League Pittsbnrgs at Philadel phia; Chicacos at Boston; Clevelands at "Wash" injrton; Indianapolis at New i'ork. Ahebican Association Athletics atBaltl more; Louisville at Cincinnati; Brooklyns at Columbus. There are no games scheduled for the Inter national League. Lenine Record. Perl Per Won. Lost.Ct.1 Won. Lost.Ct. Bostons 16 6 .127 Chicagos 13 13 .500 1'MlxdelphlasH B .609' Httsburfts. ..11 18 .3 ew York 6... 14 11 .5G01 Indianapoli...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 28 May 1889

--? - !& 6, MAT ON THE HOOF. ? The Hen's Island Live Stock Mar kets Show Improvement. i GOOD BUTCHER CATTLE ACTIVE. - Bheep and Lambs ActiTe and FirmIear linjs Advanced. HOGS IN LIGHT SCPPLT AND FIRM Office or Pittsburg Dispatch,-) AIoxday. May 27, lfS9.- Tjow temperature has favorably affected the butcher trade the past week, and the result is seen in a more active market oi all kinds of live stock. The indications at Herr's Wand yards at 10 o'clock this mornlnc were that all desirable stock for 'butchers' purposes would find ready customers. Buyers o were on hand early, and apparently ready to tale all that was on the market. Cnttlr. Receipts were 630 head. This included 200 head for tho Winter and Dellenbach abattoir, on the island. In general prices were a shade lowerthan last week, except for very desirable, smooth, light butchering stock. But markets were very active and strong at the decline. Best heavy Western beeves, welching 1,500 to 1.600 pounds, sold at SJ 75 to H b5...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 28 May 1889

mtMSimmu T3? & em s THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH. TUESDAY, MAT 28, 1889. rt i 8 m Ba THE CHEFS UPHELD, City Councils Eefase to Investigate the Political Charges. THE "WHARF PARE GETS A START. designations of the Liquor Dealers ill Ac cepted at Last &EETI5G OF THE LOCAL LEGISLATURE In Select Council yesterday afternoon a Resolution authorizing the Chief of the De partment of Public 'Works to allow the dumping of earth on the Allegheny wharf below Sixth street for park purposes was voted down,but was afterward reconsidered, and, when Mr. Bigelow made a speech showing that he could get 15 cents a wagon load from contractors lor the privilege of dumping good earth on the park site which the city would otherwise be compelled to buy when the park ordinance passed, the reso lution was unanimously adopted. The resolution requesting the Chief of the Department of Public Safety to furnish a statement of an assessment made on the em ployes of his department for political purposes was defeate...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 29 May 1889

!Sb .V IE ROPE III SIGHT, I Three of Cronin's Alleged Mur derers Indicted for the i Horrible Crime. THECLAN-NA-GAELISINIT. A Bepetition of the Charges Made Against That Organization. WOODEUFF MAKES A FULL CONFESSION All or the Details of the Hideous Deed Laid Bare The Prisoner Acknowledge the Falsity of HI. Former Story The Grand Jury Fonnd True Bills Asalnst Wood ruff", Coughlin and Sullivan by a Unanl mom Vote SnIIiTnn Did Not Torn Up Progress of the Coroner's Investiga tionThe National Itcacne Denounces the Crime. ' The coils are fighting around those im plicated in the murder of Dr. Cronin. It is directly asserted that the Clan-Na-Gael is responsible for the deed. Detective Cough lin, P. O. Sullivan and Woodruff have been indicted by the grand jury. The latter has made a full confession to Captain Schaack. The Coroner jury has begun its work of in vestigation. Eight warrants have been is1 cued for other suspected parties. rSrXCIAL TJOEGBAM TO TEE DIBPXTCH.1 CHICAGO, May 28. "Wit...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 29 May 1889

ed the "front seaters" to ey of an uprising; but, almost uufloticed breach of .he occasion was not marred, as very apparent; that being eness of the liquor men who i rear seats; and no doubt they . more from curiosity. In some jf his speech Judge "White reiter jy points from what be had said residing on the bench ol the License , but in no way did he to it direclly it was a pro .tion speech, pure and simple, d the many prominent listeners charac erized it with such terms as "wonderful," "masterly," and other appreciative adjec tives. Of course fault was found with it by some; but the "ayes" had it, and His Honor was congratulated most flatteringly at its ending. A few minor remarks were made by other people present, then the "Prohibs" went home, gloriously full of cold water and enthusiasm. HAT HIS HOKOR SAID. Manv Thing His Auditors Applauded A "" Rlneinc Address Its Best Point Quoted Only the One Drunk en Interruption. After Chairman "Weeks had called the vgreat meeting to order, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 29 May 1889

'psm Z " THE PITTSBURG- DISPAT0H,- "WED1SESDJLY, MAT 29,r 1889.T 9 r.tv Ee, I LpTlWS OraBERTY; XToledo Brewer Thinks Pittsburg a i Sad and Silent Sufferer. A TOOTHBRUSH, BEEAD AND BEER ,"ato lemeu mm on ouuuu), uuu ue Auiuis f. It's AwfuL AS IDEA OP CONFISCATED PfiO?ETY Mr. H. M. Eppstein, Secretary and Gen eral Agent of the Finlay 'Brewing Company, of Toledo, who has been in Pittsburg since the latter part of last week, Las been travel ing in the eastern part of the State in the interests of his business, but not in any way connected with the anti-Prohibition cam paign, left for ho'jie last evening. Before going, he chatted entertainingly with re porters, and said: This is. Indeed, a queer community. I am astounded that it silently and without protest tolerates some things. My ideas of liberty in a republican form,of go vermnentare not, I think, exaggerated; but they conflict radically with the exhibition of arbitrary judicial power which Pittsburg exemplifies and suffers from. Her...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 29 May 1889

SDNESDA.T, MA.T 29,- STABL1SHED .FEBRUARY 8. 1&K3. Vol,, No. 111. EntcreCatrittsbnrgrostoaice, oyeinbcrH, 1SS7, u second-class matter. irisiiiessOfflce--97aEd 99Flfth Avenue. News Booms and Publishing House 75, 77 and 79 Diamond Street. Average net circulation of the daily edi tion of The Dispatch for six nionlbi ending May 1, 1SS9, 28,051 Copies per Issue. Average net clrcnlatlon of the Sunday edi tion of Tiro Dispatch for April, 1SS9, 46,143 iplts per Issne. TEBJIS OF THE DISPATCH. POSTAGE FltEE XX THE CK1IED STATES. artrr Dispatch, one Year. ? S 00 ailt Dispatch, Per Quarter 2 00 'ailyDisfatcu, One Month 0 JAH.T Dispatch, Including bunday, one rear 10 00 Oailt DlsrATCH, Including faunday, per quarter. , , 250 ailt Dispatch, Including Sunday, one month SO CXDAY DISPATCH, oneyear 2S0 .'jtEKLY Dispatch, one year 125 The Daily Dispatch Is delivered by carriers at icenls per week, ormcludlngthebundayediyon, liOccnU per week. PITTSBima. WEDNESDAY, MAY 29, 1SS3. POLITICAL CE0SS-QUES...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 29 May 1889

w ?, i. w?iT VjL9r-4 ri is' . - '-7f iM - jrm - "Mf v &," , . THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH,;, "WEDNESDAY, MAT 29, 18881 iM . f'- K ''jr.' -TBOUBLEFOE MINERS. A-tFi;ht.Between Two Organizations in tlie Hocking Valley. CHRIS EYAKS ISSUES A CIRCULAR In Which He Gives the Report of the Operatirs' Committee. A3 AGKEE1IEKI WITH THE EXIGHTS IETEC1U. TXXXOBAX TO TH SXSP.i.TCIt.1 Colttmbcs, Mar 28. The indications are that there may yet he trouble in the Hock ing Valley mines over the failure to agree upon stopping the checking-off system. Soon after the Pittsburg conven tion the officers of the -National Progressive Union claimed that tne operators of the Hocking Valley had agreed upon a scale, and made ar . rangements to proceed under promises from tne -h.nignts of Labor. L. D. Doty and E. S. Martin, who represented the operators at the Pittsburg meeting, said they had no ar rangements -with the Knights of labor look ing to a reduction of prices for day labor or increasing the hours of labor...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 29 May 1889

r-t j4 fPffy- W9r-i m':. sr- i ? . .J -se a r K r s tCASEY HID ERRORS defeat Our Home Talent at Pliiladelpliia. SOME COSTLY WILD THEO WS I Boston Beats Chicago and Cleveland Wins a Great Game. CAPT. AKBOK MAKES A PKEDICTIOtf. Eesults of the Association and Other lead r ing; Games. GEKilEAL BASEBALL XEWS OP THE DAI Gorar Flayed Yesterdny. PnitAt)ELPHIAS 5....PlTTSBnRBS 4 Clevixaxds.. 5 Wasotnqtons.... 3 bostons 10....chicagos ,.. 3 NewYorks 7....Indiana1poi.is..... 0 Bcffalos. 2.. ..Syracuse 1 rochesters. 12.. ..hamilton's 1 tjxtostowns 19....duquesnes. 5 balttmor.es 5.. ..athletics 1 ClXCIXNATIS- 13..-..IiOUISVILI.ES. 12 Castoks 10 Wheelings 1 Dattoxs 6 Hakiltoxs 4 coltjmbus 7.. ..brooklyns. 4 McKeesports.... 27..Johnstowns.....I 9 &taten islands. 13. .yale college 12 Gntncs To-Day. National Leagtje Pittsburgs at Philadel phia; Chicagos at Boston; Cleveland at Wash ington; Indianapolis at New York. American Association Athletics atBalti xnore. Iiensue Record. Perl Per Won. Lost-...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 29 May 1889

s-b ; ; -jf rj- " "iv,. rw f. it fc- W J" . i. THE PITTSBUEG DISPATCH, DSTESDAX, MAY" 29, 1889. . XEW ADTEKTISEMESTS. burg. First district, to meet at the house of Frederick Pastre, No. 53 Federal street. Second district to meet at the pnblic tchool house. Third district to meet nt the public schoolhouse, Franklin street Fourth dis trict to meet at P. J. Foley's, corner of Elm street and "Wylie avenue. The electors of the Eighth ward Pitts burg, First district, to meet at the People s Skating Eink, on Bedford avenue, near Pulton street. Second district to meet at Al derman John W- Bell's office, "Vylie aviH nue. Third district to meet at Club House, Center avenne. Fourth district to meet at 2?o. 35 Colwell street. Filth district to meet at 6'Eeilly & Son's livery stable, Xo. 71 Fulton street. The electors of the .Ninth ward, Pitts burg, First district, to meet at Alderman O'Donnell's office, Penn avenue. Second district to meet at Hemphill's foundry. Thirteenth and Pike streets....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 29 May 1889

c-vm ryit 'vi'&. jxxyBm?r' HTl3r,-.ve' w; iffeS-Vt vJ v - i ( ff ' - r j, 'C,W vt .' i7 ' ' fc. X J .T" '. sfe 53r j B W- 8 Kboulanger's friend Creates a Decided Uproar in the French Chamber of Deputies. MIKISTER M'LANE'S FAREWELL Strong Evidence Against Mrs. Maytrick in the Poisoning Case. IVORS OF THE PAENELL COMMISSION. A Ty Iirely Attack on the GoTennent In theHonse of Commons. A Boulansist deputy caused an uproar in the French Chamber of Deputies yesterday by bis criticism of the action of the Senate in trying the General. Minister McLane has -vrritten a. farewell letter to President Carnot. The Paris Exposition was the cause of a lively debate in the House of Commons. Strong evidence has been pro duced in the Maybrick DoisoninR trial. Pabis, May 28. In the Chamber of Deputies to-day M. Laguerre gave notice that he would interpellate the Government in relation to the delay of the Senate in making a report in the case of General Boulanger. President Meline replied that, -whi...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 29 May 1889

i- 7" tvza V 7 SECOND .PART. few MnMMM- MiMM H 1AQUAD1RI 5 t .Che Humane Society Mas an f- Elephant on Its Hands. & $140 ELIZABETH COLT. s&v ! ThellixedLitigation it Has Entangled Several People in. flOBSE DEAL WITH A STRING TO IT Prominent People Call Upon Humanitarians to Help Them. RAIDS PLASHED FOE CHICKEH FIGHTS. The first appeal ever taken, in a case wherein the Humane Society was the prose cutor, will be heard by Judge Magee Sat urday morning. Agent O'Brien stated yesterday to a reporter of The Dispatch that it was the most important case he ever handled, and it may result in a number of lawsuits. "Wilson "Wall, a prominent and wealthy farmer, living near East Elizabeth, pur chased from John Guffey the well-known . resident of that place, and father of Frank H. " Guffey, the attorney of this city, one 3-year-old colt, for which he paid 5140. The colt was sold by Mr. Guffey, with the under standing that it was not to be broken to harness. "The purchaser took the pony t...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 29 May 1889

!W7CsS 1rT-" '"?, 5fe? "5iS. TW&Fl 'v 7r , .,w r . , y v,y - t- gW !! ?iiS:id , -- 10 . THE PECTSBUEG DISPATCH, WEDNESDAY,'? MAY 49?)- 1889. ft., pi L (COMMERCIAL NOTES. Unusual Activity in Lines of General Hardware Trade. A BOOM IN 1YIRE FENCE AND NAILS Increasing Demand for Siding Saddles and Koad Carts. WHEAT AKD FLOOR DRIFTING D0W2f OrncK or Pittsburg Dispatch, 1 Tuesday, May 2S, 1SS9. J April and October are usually the best x months for hardware dealers. "April, 1S89," - said one of oar leading merchants in this line, "showed a larger volume of trade with ns tban April, 1SS8. and May so far shows no decline. We have sold more goods thus far in 16S9tbanwe did for the corresponding period of last year, but margins have been so close that our profits have not increased with in creased volume of trade." There has been unusual activity the past month or two in such lines of hardware as wire nails, barbed and plain wire fen cms, fly screens and refrigerators. The patent picket f...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 30 May 1889

75C-. - "3 . 3VT- 2j?.-vJ - .ysiFtSt? , - 'r.wwqjsTn WWSMMW9&- i S F- FOR 1 i. 48 $ - DAYS i. - , Is. the title of a romantic novttettet by Joaquin Miller, which will be pub- " llsbed complete in next Sunday's Dispatch. Tbe story is based upon. CalifornUn history, and is tall or stirring incidents and rORTY-POUBTP YEAR. MID OFHEB. Dxtor Cronin Was Condemned .fo Death for Knowing Er tirely Too Much, ... ASTOUNDING ALLEGATIONS Alex. Sullivan Accused by tho Mends of the Murdered" Man as a DEFAULTER FOE $82,000. Directly Charged That fle Appropri f ated Funds of the Order to His Own Use. OKE WAY OP QUIETIIG THDfGS. j State's Attorney Longenecker Will Investi- gate the Matter Fullj Before the Grand Jury. WOODRUFFS CONFESSION WAS B0GU8 " The plot thickens in the Cronin tragedy. A circumstantial charge is now made that Alexander Sullivan misappropriated funds of the Clan-na-Gael to a large amount. The Doctor knew of this, had collected evidence and was pressing an investiga tion. Sulli...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 30 May 1889

il '-i ' those who died to preserve what the sires of 1775 died to found is like to remain green as long as patriotic emotion swells in tho Ameri can breast and trill lone recall the dark hours ol 1861, "W ben said the mother to the son. And pointed to hll shield, Come with It, when the battle's done. Or on it from the field. AT THE AX1.EGHEI.-Y CEMETERY; Of coarse the central point of interest to day will be the Allegheny Cemetery. Within Its sacred lnclosure -will gather tbe largest crowds. There Is no greater diversity of scen ery than may be there found, among the 400 acres of hills, valleys and woodland: but one sweet spot is dearer above all others to the vet erans, and that is what is commonly called "tbe soldiers' flats." It is a wide area of bottom land in a most charming rallev, near the lakes. Tbe graves of some SOD soldiers killed in battle or among the Tatally Injured from hospitals are there grouped. In the center stands the majestic monument erected to the memory of t...

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