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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 1 June 1889

' o w MffiBIGGESTCUTYET. A Committee of Freight Agents Slash Iron and Steel Kates DOWN FUOM 20 TO 25 PER CENT. Interesting Jnside History of the"Unprece- dented Move. THEI G1TE MK. CAKKEGIE NO CREDIT OH of the big gest cuts in westbound rates on'articles of iron and steel manufacture in the. history of the railroads was made yes terday. Only once before, about eight years ago, -when the iron rate to Chicago for a lew davs was 2 cents, .'were the rates ever as low as they will be on June 8, when this latest rut will go into cfiect. The present rates on iron and steel articles from Pittsburg to Chicago are 17. and IS cents in less than car and car loads. Yes terday the Pittsburg committee of freight agents met in the Lake Shore office and re duced these rates to 11 and 11 cents to Chicago. taking the Windy City rate as a basis, the rates to East St. Louis will be 17 and 13 cents; 16 and 13 cents to Milwau kee; 2ii and 19 to the Mississippi river points, Burlington, Bock Island and Dav...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 1 June 1889

;- -T 'I jyl y THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, SATURDAY, JTJttE V -.1889. 8 1 S 11 TJIBERGER'S MtJEDEH His Alleged Assassins Are Put on Trial for Their Lives. THE STORY OF THE AWFUL CRlE As Belated in Court ly the Horrified Witnesses of the Deed. THE KICELIB BOTH TRIED TOGETHER. An Imposing Galaxy ef Legal Talent Arrayed on Each Side of the Case. The trial or the Nicely brothers for the murder of Farmer Umberger was commenced at Somerset yesterday. Two witnesses were placed on the stand and gave 'heir story of the crime. Clothing worn by the accused was identified. A Tery large crowd is in attend ance. IFBOM A STAFF COKBESPOXDEXT.l Sosiebset, May 31. The famous Um berger murder case went to trial this after noon. Tne forenoon and a greater part of the afternoon were spent in getting a jury, and it is pronounced one of the most intelli gent juries that ever sat on a murder case in Somerset county. The only witnesses on the stand this afternoon were two very im portant ones. Miss Stern and Mr...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 1 June 1889

i V I DTSMtCH. tTTTSBt) G SECOND PART. THE PAGES 9 TO 12. : v : i y ? 'REVEALED BY J. MABSDBN SUTOUPFB, BEING ONE OF "A SEBIES OF SHORT STORIES ENTITLED fiTHE BOMANCE MBased Upon Passages 'tft WEBBER, Formerly General Manager ALL BIGHTS W A glorious afternoon in summer. The fierce rap of an August sun are tempered Jfiby a light cool breeze 'which goes whisper , "'ing through the heavily laden bows of a prime orchard adjoining "a Somersetshire farmhouse, scarcely lifting the brown leaves ss it passes. In a hammock, slung from the branches of a wi3e-spreading apple tree bending be neath its weight of golden fruit, Gerald Latour lies idly lounging, with his magnifi cent dark eyes, so lustrous in their shining and so dreamy in their unfathomable depths, intently fixed on the form of a young girl of 20, who is seated near him on a camp-stool industriously plying her needle, with her blushing tface half hidden as she bends more closely over her work to hide her con fusion. A very pleasant...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 1 June 1889

r Ought the County to Pay a Lot of Costs Assessed on Defendants "WHEN THE LATTER AREFT GUILTY The Question .Argued Before Judge Magee in a Perjury Case. 'OTHER SCRAPS OF LEGAL NEWS BTS A test case was argued before Judge Ma gee yesterday, the decision in wliich in volves a rood many thousands of dollars of the county's money. The point at issue is, Shall the county pay the costs in misde meanor cases wherein the defendant has been found not guilty, but ordered to pay the costs, and in default of payment has gone to jail and served his time? Heretofore, in. such cases, the costs have been paid by no one, the Controller refusing to issue warrants, as the County Solicitor took the ground that the county was not liable for the costs. As a result, when such a verdict was rendered, the witnesses, offi cers and Clerk of Courts and Sheriff's officers Jost their costs. E. H. Johnston, Esq., to have the matter decided, yesterday made a test in a perjury case, wherein such a verdict haa been r...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 1 June 1889

V3" 4LV!ll.1iHri TW-fl- J? - t"$t 'U3EVS- SV f -ME MARKET BASKET. .-vFrfiit and Vegetables roBig Supply :'-. and Drifting Down. "FISH IN GOOD SDPPLY AND DEMAND f Decoration Teel: Brings Immense Orders Bi to Florists. -ABCAECITI OF SPEING CHICKEKS Office of FirrsBtma Dispatch, 1 Mf FBIDAY. May 81, l&S. J "?&. week of cool weather such as re hare jiad has been favorable to. the fish trade. ' . v Demand has been active all the week and .-..tf prices are firm, though unchanged. A I" leading dealer said to-day: "Our trade 'holds up unusually 'well since the close of Lent. Tbe bulk of our trade is with restaurants and hotels. The slack time with us Is when people begin to flit to snmuier watering places. As lone as weather continues in its present shape our goods will be in demand." 'Decoration Day brought a multitude of orders to our florists, but there was no lack. of; stock to meet all demands. Orders from Kittanning, Connellsrille, Wheeling and a number of other points In Pitt...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 1 June 1889

i GIGAMTIC ICEBERG. A Glacier Forty Miles long WMch ilores Sixty Feet ia a I)aj. PBESSI5G TOWARD THE OCEAH. Bnpe Masses Dropping From its Beetling, Bulged Front. JASPEE, CHALCEDONY AND P0EF1IBI The most notable of the glaciers in South eastern Alaska is the Muirnamed from 3Pro John JIuir, a geologist of some repu tation, since he gave the first uncolored de scription of it It is 40 miles long, andback on the land, in a basin of the mountains. Being reinforced by 15 tributaries coming down the glens from different points ot the compass, it swells to an icy sea 25 miles tn diameter. Thence it moves with resistless power, bearing roots and long lines of detritus on its billowy surface. Just before it reaches the bay it is compressed by two sentinel mountains into and is forced through a gorge one mile in width. Emerging irom this narrow gateway it mores on, at the rate of 40 to 60 feet a day, to the waters whence it originally came, buttressing the bay with a perpendicular wall 800 fee...

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

HHBHWBI5?pSflK'wHHMBwHHHER5BHlHHHBIw!R'wf, "'? -- fw B3 -tt : H fDe $$ A TRIPLE NUMBER. j JFOfiTY-yOUHTH YEAR f WIPED OUT BY WATER. ijpnstown. the Pretty Mountain City, Swept From 'IT : . the Surface of the Earth. '3,000 TO lftOOO PEOPLE ARE MISSING. The first Terrible News Far More Than Verified - by the Latest Keports. FIRE FINISHES ALL Hundreds of Bodies Recovered, and the Seceding Waters 1 Disclose Many More. CThe Whole Horror an Awful EealityNot a flideons Dream An Awful Stench From ' the Talley of the Conemaugh Aid for the Sufferers as Far as BecelvedMany f- Prominent and Wealthy Hen Among the Drowned John Fulton, the Father of the "Attempt at Prohibition, One of tie Tns Fire Breaks Out and Adds a Climai f to the Work of the Flood A Hotel Filled With Guests, of Whom hut Seven Were Bared The Police Force Increased to Keep Off Thietes, Who Are Growing Bolder Some of the Scenes Beyond the Power of Imagination. rraosi ora stait cokbespojtdssts.i HOOTEBS- TILL&P.. Sjar, June L-...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 2 June 1889

Si? 'iw. THE" EITTSBUIIG- DISPATCH SUNDAY ' JUNE A2.M889. 1:V L.rr- 'wisaows, messages of others in all sorts of , amounts, from Many Thousands of Dollars to smaller sums, came thick and fast, and some good citizens were so eager in their kindness that without waiting the citizens' sieeting they handed in their offerings of cash at the counting room at once. The promptness of the Pittsburg papers in spreading before the public early and fnll reports ofthe dimensions of the catastrophe was of inestimable value in arousing every body to the need for quick action. One of the most painful features of the day was the uncertainty of so many people in Pittsburg and Allegheny about the fate of their friends and relatives in Johnstown, Cambria City and vicinity. The strain upon them was something terrible, all the more so because of their certainty that it would be hours, perhaps, indeed, long days before it might be relieved. Such an experience was never had locally, and the consciousness p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 2 June 1889

ISfc. CITY SEES IT. , Continue i'rom Second Page. ember,of the Keystone Lodge No. 19. of Johnstown, and also a prominent Catholic, as his receipts and reports show him to be an officer of the Catholic Church in that place. The papers can he claimed by rea Uvetatlheboat. HAT MB. SHAEPER SAW. . Whole Families on the Roofs "fHoniei Go VDomi Id the Flood-Ghastly Sights - - In the Tree Tops-Hls Adrenture. 'Assistant Superintendent Martin Trump ana Division Operator Shaffer, of the Penn sylvania Eailroad. arrived in the city on a --special train about 830 o'clock last night, from the scene of the disaster. .Both gentlemen left here Saturday, on board a special train of one coach and an .engine, to go to Lillys. They started at 6.30 o'clock and got as far East as one mile on the other side of Conemaugh. They were stopped upon order from the telegraph operator that the flood was coming. They -were, fortunately caught on a dry piece of track about one-half mile long. On both sides of them th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 2 June 1889

ff. "R ' r-viGSKy -ti. Si 1 THE I5ECTSBURG- DISPXTQHf fjpMLj, .TirNfW 1889. a fr r JjL frATEST-AND-FULLEST ACCOUNTS OF TEE jDhnetown Diaoster Will be found In this and the f ollowinglssues of The Pittaburfl Dispatch, "Which has a corps of staff correspondents and vtists located at the scene. Wlje B$pf $j. ESTABLISHED FEBRUARY S, ISiS. Vol. , J.o.115. Enterci atPittsbnrgPostofflce. "November 11, 1BS7, as second-class matter. Business Office 97 and 99 Fifth Avenue. News Booms and Publishing: House 75, 77 and 79 Diamond Street. 'Average net circulation of the dally edi tion of The Dispatch for six month ending June 1, 1SS9. 27,824 Copies per Issue. Average net clrcnlntlon of the Sunday edi tion of The DUpntch for Slay, 1SS9, 47,468 Copies per Issue. TERMS OF THE DISPATCH. rosTAcz rsxx tstox. united etatxs. DAILT DisrATCn. One Tear I 8 00 DAILT Dispatch, Fer Quarter ZOO Daily Dispatch, One Month....' TO Daily Dispatch, Including Sunday, one rear 1000 Dailt Dispatch, Including Sunday, pe...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 2 June 1889

, JlEARLY DOB. V aoan Treaty Awaits the Ac- stance of the Governments. aieeIoa concedes kot a thing, -Wliile Germany Has Granted ETery Point That Was Demanded. f ,1kgWd to appoint THE IIEST JUDGE . tCOPTEIGHT, 1SSS, BT SEW YORK ASSOCIATED PRESS. .'BEKLnr, June 1. After the seventh "plena sitting of the Samoan Conference, oheld on Wednesday last, the American ''Commission was in a position to cable to . Secretary Blaine the definitive acceptance by the German and English Governments of the "Washington proposals, limiting the ' . German indemnity and Samoan rights to levy import duties, and some of Mr. ' Maine's amendments to the clauses relating to the internal Samoan policy. s The "Washington Government's aiming at the utmost possible independence of the Samoans has not the sympathy of the Ger man official mind, which better compre hends measures to protect European inter ests and to extend European influences; but after a slight hostility the German commis sioners have invariably y...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 2 June 1889

v ?&H.! Sc ;i!f-ii ';" r: THE -PITTSBURG- DISPATCH, tSUNDAX, JTJ2pr 2, -1889. 5t "" .- ?V" ' THEGAYEASTENDERS They Are Beaten Handily by the Dupesnes. SHAMUS IN GREAT FOEM. The Senators Beat the Kew York Aggregation. BOSTON DOWHS THE PHILLIES. Bain Blockades the Eoosiers and Pittsbnrgs at Harrisbnrg. GENERAL BiSE BALL NEWS OP THE DAI Games Flared WASHnroTOJfS. ... 9.... Bostons........... 7..., Athletics 8... Columbus 8..., Kansas Citts.... 10.... Duquesxes. - 6.... Riverside Grays 15..., McKeesports..... 8.... EatswoBTHS. IS.... Yesterday. X .New Yores 6 .Philadelpiiias. 2 CntCUfNATlS 4 .LOUISTILLES , 3 .Baltimoees 8 E. K Athletics. 8 .Homesteads 9 Braddocks. 7 Oaklands. 3 How They Stand. Tlie f ollowing table shows correctly how the League clubs stand up to date. The Bostons, as will be seen, keep in front, while Kew York is falling back a little toward fifth place. Cleve land Is still aspirins; upward, while Indianapo lis' defeats at Philadelphia has sent her back considerabl...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 2 June 1889

V r i. 7 "i sa j A- WJEED OUT BY WATER that this is the death-knell of the place. The Cambria Iron Conipanv people are such heavy losers that they may remove their immense plant to a better location. If the company should do this, it would seal the fot. nrh- uji :.. Thp Cambria Iron Company has always been the mainstay of tne piace. ... Tom Henderson, a railroad brakeman, is missing, and it is feared he will be num bered among the dead. Gns McHugh and four children were drowned. Mrs. McHugh happened to be visiting'Bt the time and escaped. The people are starving. Every tram go ing out is loaded down with provisions. , Israel. FOUB THOUSAND LOST. That Is the Esilmuto Blade by Parties nt Ifcw FlorrnceSomo ot the Dead Identifled--tnrtHns; Deeds of Ilei-oism. SrECIAL TELEGRAM TO TOT SISFJLTCH.1 New Fiokekce, June 1. The estimate of the disaster from the latest advices re ceived here is that 4,000 lives have been lost and $11,000,000 worth of property destroyed. Among.the identified dead...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 2 June 1889

THE, PITTSBURG rDISPATOHf SUNDAY, JUNE 2, 1889. '' - W 8' THE GOOD TEMPLABS Kow Gathered In Chicago From All Quarters of the Earth. A POWERFUL TEMPERANCE OEDER Aid to lie Extended to Prohibition's Cause in Pennsylvania. DKTE1HXG OF THE HA1HABKETSTATUE rCOBBTSFOXDZXCZ Or TBI DISFJLTCH.1 Chicago, June 1. The Grand Lodce of the "World of the Order of Good Templars, the largest temperance society in existence, is now convened in this city. They hire, it is claimed, 630,000 members, of which oyer 200,000 are in this country. The badge of the order is a round pin with outline map of the globe and the letters I. O. G. T. It teaches, said one of their members, that "their field is the world." Since 1851, when the order was established, they have organ ized lodges in all parts ot the world to which civilization has spread. There are dele gates here who have come all the way from India and South Africa to attend this con vention. These delegates from distant lands, how ever, are not such a cu...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 2 June 1889

Vv n M-M SECOND PART. ; THE PLACE YENDOIE, .Bome of the Interesting History As " . sociated With the Kame of ;THB FIKEST SQUARE IN PABIS. A Horning Walk Through the Most Beauti ful Portion of the Citj. " IHE AMEEICAK QUARTER OF TEE T0TO rcOXZXSrOXDIXCX O THI dispatch. PAEIS, May 20. "We -H-ere sit ting in the- club room ot the Hotel Chatham, with empty glasses before us, when the London cor respondent of a NewYors: news paper, who had come over to write tip the Ex position, inter- Ji. Corner of the Place, rnpted a few re marks which an ex-managing editor was making on the subject of music, by asking which thoroughfare was nost popular with Americans now in Paris. "I mean," said he, "do any of you know whether more of our compatriots promenade in the Avenue de 1'Opera than in the Eue de la Paix, or along the boulevards?" Thereupon differences of opinion were heard from several persons, and while Henry was getting ready "more of the same," we discussed the question good-naturedly, and...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 2 June 1889

SfadHKl tarfi W ' J?r . ;," -- V 10 CLARA BELLE'S CHAT. The Hallucination of a Ladj Who Thinks She is Amelie Hives. HER GAIL UPON MB. CLEVELAND. large Income Enjoyed by a Fashionable Faith Gore Priestess. BALDNESS A METROPOLITAN DISEASE tCOEEIErOMJEKci OF TSX SISFi.TCH.1 NEtf TOBK, Jane 1. Minna Perry walks unnoticed in Broadway, except in the way of admiration, lor ehe is a pretty young woman, and wear fashionable clothes. Bat she is a lunatic, all the same, and is always accompanied by a robust middle-aged woman who combines the duties of a chaperon and a nurse. Miss Perry is irom England, and belongs to a family with money "enough to indulge her fancies, and even some of her vagaries. She is a monomaniac with only one delusion at a time, and usually of a harmless and quiet kind. Justnow she believes that she is Amelie Hives, and an accute sufferer from the gen eral condemnation of her books. In ier Tisittothis country she is not only accom panied by the -woman mentioned, but-by a...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 2 June 1889

fl& . V tJ - THE ETTTSBUBGI- .'DISPATCH, SPSffiAJr, -.JUNE 2,. 1889. ll f HE MUSIC WOKLD. A,Betrospective Glance at the Host pi Striking Features of MAT MUSICAL FESTIVAL. Something: Better Than the Average Con cert in. the ifnture. BOMB LESSORS THAT MAI BE LEAKNED With tie-whole community now shudder ins: just outside the awful shadow of the death angel's wing it is hard to think back to last week, when public interest-was cen tered upon the social and musical brilliance , of the May Festival. And yet before that event passes too far out of mind, it may t be well to take a retrospective glance at its main features. Some instructive lessons may be learned for future occasions of a similar nature. For we do want to have festivals in the future. TJntil Pittsburg' musical activity became great enough" to maintain perma nently a ' complete modem orchestra of the first quality and a chorus of half a thousand or so; great enough to keep up a succession of regular concerts in which thes...

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

?-- v THE PITTSBUBG MATOHj ' BT3toAT,DTOTB 1809. - "fc 12 i. Wi IS IN THE SOCIAL SWIM. 4MMta SPI b THE PROPER THING TO DO, VThem to Wear GIotcs A Country Phril eiaa'a Wife's Dilemma Habits of Men and Women The Dignity of a Standlns Collar. ivnarrpr for m dispatch. The author of "Don't" this week throws a line to a number of persons who are sinking in society because they are ignorant of those little points of etiquette which wonld enable them to keep afloat in the social swim. Is it admissible for bride and groom to wear Cloves at a borne wedding? X. F. The bride always wears gloTes; the groom, according to present custom, mar do as be pleases. Should gloves always be worn when carrying a cane? T. .X. It was at one time thought incongruous to carry a, cane without the hand being gloved. This was when the cane was not commonly carried ex cept wben promenading. There does not now appear to be any uniform custom, but it is dearly in better taste to wear gloves with a cane. "Cultivate t...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 2 June 1889

" THE PECTSBTJE& DISPATCH; StCNDAT, JUNE 31 1889. ia W c i cs rf - t . JMFLOWER OSCAR Gopd Stories Concerning the Famous - ; J Apostle of $sthelicism. !. ... ' the beginning op the craze. -pais Famous Savinz, "1 Believe in Iotb as ' - I BelieTe in God." IK AMERICAN WOMAN'S BEIGHT IDEA rwimm roa tiix dispatch.! In an old letter recalling some incidents of his school days, Oscar "Wilde describes himself as a "violin boy" exquisitely at tnned to every passing influence for"beanty, sensitive to the slightest tpuch, awakened to music by everything romantic, or passion ate, or ideal. ,He was never understood by his playmates, such boys seldom are their rensitiye natures are so easily tortured, that they lead a life of misery among their cruder companions, fie did not join in their games, and would often burst into a storm of tears for no apparent reason. His school life teas not happy till he came to Oxford which, as few know, is the paradise of Platonic lovers. A new world was opened...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 2 June 1889

v; " , j ' -vr--! t -n-Trwys' - tf. ' K IS' THE HTTSBTJRG- DISPATCH, SUNDAY, eTTJNE . 1889.. e m I INGLE'S REVIEW, Features of the League Pen nant Struggle. THE HOME CLUB'S CHANCES Comment on Anson's Predictions About the Winners. HTER-H'AULIFFE COHTKOYERSY. J. L BuDivan's Eambles and Hit Wrestling Exhibitions. 'XILBilirS EETDEK AND OTHEE TOPICS Amid the great excitement consequent on the terrible catastrophe at Johnstown it is somewhat difficult to find time to talk about the sporting affairs of the week. All other subjects and questions sink into the utmost insignificance in presence of this heart rending calamity. However, putting aside the thought of the fearful results of the in undation tor a few minutes, we'll, as usual, mention a few leading sporting, topics of the week. Doubtless, thereat feature has been the national game, and it is satisfactory to me to know that the attendance at each place during th$ week has fulfilled the predictions made by me as to the increased popu...

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