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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 30 June 1889

-fTf"-f Ti'lKJ' vSMp5 "?""-. 7?- T -i-hl NO-O'M EESPONSIBLE Fore Faults in the South Fork Reservoir Dam, Except, Perhaps, THE MAN WHO DESIGNED IT. Colonel Bofcerts and Other Expert Engi neers View the Broken Wall AT THE BEQUEST OP COEOKEE EYAS. Earthen Dams Are rrcnonnced Always Unsafe In Case or OTerflow. T. P. Koberts, of Pittsburg, Lieutenant Eeese, of the "United States Army, and other expert engineers visited the South Fork dam yesterday. That the overflow caused the break is the general opinion. Colonel Roberts slated that he could not see that anyone was responsible for the accident save the original designer, and he was a competent engineer. ITBOX A STATr COKBESPOJTDEXT.l Johnstowk, June 29. It seems to be the general opinion among the people of Johnstown that the South Fork reservoir dam was a weak structure, liable to give way at any time; that it leaked badiy, etc All are aware of the fact that it was simply an earthen embankment, faced on both sides with riprap stone; bu...

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 June 1889

:i ',.ii'j v'fE '" 3Sh --$r --- -r THE. PITTSBUKG . DJSRA.TOH, SUNDAY,' JUNE '30,3 1889.' Si .- :- ?- MK .ECHOOFAMILKffAE. I te Two Men Say President Reed, oftlie Creamery Company, Erred. , TflEI INVEST IE A SINKING SHIP. Inrin Entirely Acquitted Under the Indict ment for Homicide. ,TLATE GLASS AKD A SPEAK-EASI DAI Joseph MeC.'Bisjgert and John D, Big ger! each entered suit yesterday against Frank C. Keed, the President of the Char tiers Creamery Company. They state that a short time ago they were advised to pur chase stock in the creamery company. The company was organized in May, 1888, with a capital stock of 100,000. Most of the stock was held by Eeed, who has been President of the company since its organi zation. They went to him. He represented , to them that the company was in a flourish ing condition ai.d was making Irom $100 to 5200 profit a day. Further, that on Jnne 1, there would be a large dividend paid. Each of the Biggerts purchased 5300 worth of stock. Instead of the ...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 30 June 1889

lMr i "Wtw: "-';: RSS w? . j ? - , SECOND PART. w.- feblM BABY BRIDES. S How Children Become mvesinine Land of tlie Hindoos. 1STRAKGE MAKEIAGE CUSTOMS Among a People Where Lore and Courtship Are Absolutely Unknown. WIDOWHOOD WOESB THAN SLATERI lCOBEXSrOXDXKCB Or THE DISrATCH.1 BOMBAY, IN DIA, June 7, 1889. The wedding season in India is now at its height. I have seen wedding pro cessionsby the dozen in eveW town that I hare visited, and I have had a fair chance to note some ot the peculiarities of Hindoo mar riages. India has the youngest brides and grooms in the world. The grooms I have seen have in no case been over 15, and some of the brides were, appar ently only just I weaned. By the Hindoo law a wom an should be mar ried before she reaches the age of 12. Most girls are be trothed before they are 6, and in a wedding procession at A era I saw a little bride groom of perhaps 10 years gorgeously &m i lri ri'Vrv f' I' ' ' " OEIlfDIKO CORN. dressed in cloth of gold and with heav...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 30 June 1889

HISJBB -?y- v Pgf ": 'V1 " .- .r4 T . - ' & rc I 1r 1$Sfrt. . slO ENGLISH STATESMEN. pHow Some of the Great Parliamen tary Leaders Look and Act. CHAMBERLAIN AflD HIS ORCHID. -' Gladstone Drinkin? Egr-Nocr "While Speak ing in tnefloo.se. OTflEE GIAKTS OP BRITISH POLITICS ICORF.rErOSEEKCI OP THZ DISrATCS.1 London, June 20. The personal pecul iarities of English statesmen are often amusing. Of late years Mr. Gladstone has developed an astonishing war of emphasizing his re marks by assanlting an unoffending brass bound box on the table of the house. To reach it requires no little effort, but for all that the "Grand Old Han" is not to be de nied the pleasure of hammering that box. Trembling in every nerve with intensity of conviction, and entirely regardless of the pain that must follow, he stretches across the sea of blue books and brings down his clenched fist on the lid wjth all his force when he wishes to emphasize the climax of his speech. When lie is excited he stands a pace ba...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 30 June 1889

?i:usf iv Mrjiawnwr--p sty ;.a iW".!W!P?HSMaiSa!ffiW7F?4 Fvsm v-i '. . a? .' -' v , f" r 1 , - - ) -i- j - r ---- .t CJ3-, r.. -" . r yv " r IPfilUSIC WOELD. "aji Suggestions for the Inauguration of the Carnegie Music Hall. & WORE TOR ALLEGHENY COUNCILS. HoirlJEthelbert Nerin is Received ly the ' Z- Boston Critics. KEWS OP ODE LOCAL MUSICIANS Sometime pretty early in the next season probably in October the new Carnegie Music Hall in Allegheny will be completed and ready for some kind of an inaugural. Its opening oujrhtby alLmeans to be made a distinctly musical event and that an event commenurate in importance with the erec tion of the first large and handsome hall ever devoted especially to music in this vicinity. A musical performance adequate to such an occasion takes a longtime in preparation. Tbis eek is not a hit too soon to commence; a feir weeks hence it will be too late to get np anything really worthy. But as the matter stands there is abolutely no person or committee ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 30 June 1889

li". isat--'ff- f " 3GEFZ ' - s .-?" y I .S" j ' i M It 1 IB m THE SOCIAL BWIM. fiH THE ART OP DRESSING. Instruction! to Women of Taste on Becoming Summer Fashions Sir. Frank Leslie and Other Writers Offer Timely Sngces ilons The Garments That Are Kent and Beautiful. IWKITTEr TOE TBI CISFJLTCB.1 The subject of woman's dress is at present attracting thought which has never been be stowed upon it before. This statement may seem at first glance to be an exaggeration, and it will be argued that women are now so for advanced intellectually that they have less time for, and inclination toward the vanities of life than formerly when shut out from so many avenues of pleasure and oc cupation now freely conceded them; bnt it must be remembered that dress is now regard ed as more than a necessity or conceit, it it re ceiving intelligent thought directed toward harmonious adaptation to men and conditions. Formerly a woman obeyed fashion's behest, though It made her a f right to look upon, and c...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 30 June 1889

r a t fl 13 4, THE PITTSBURG- - DISPATCH SdNDAT, JUNE -30. 1889. -s vs Samaria and Gallilee. &HECHEM A SPOT OP GREAT BEAUTY The Fountain of the Virgin at Kazareth and Its Memories. THE MOUKT ON WHICH CHRIST TAUGHT , rWBITTEir FOB THX SISFA3CH.J The vale of Shechein, for intrinsic beauty and hallowed associations, is the most inter esting spot of Samaria and Central Pales tine. The late Dean Stanley, who accom panied the Prince of "Wales, when a boy, through the Holy Land, thus describes this Tale: "A valley jrreen with crass, gray with olives, gardens sloping down on each side, fresh springs rushing down in all di rections; at the end a white town em bosomed in all this verdure, the most beau tiful, perhaps it might be said the only beautiful spot in Central Palestine." The tourist, traveling northward from Jerusalem, follows the same thoroughfare, now only a path, that the Prophet of Naz areth and his disciples often traversed in their journeys to and from Galilee. On the easte...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 30 June 1889

EMnmai f.m$F&. Vi&. TOFSFi THE,- PITTSBUKQ DISPATCH, SDHDiTv J-' JUNE -s 30, .1889. Ifr "- r y & AREVIEW OF SPORTS, The Singular Work of the local Ball Club. THE EIGHTS OF EELE ASING. Von Der Ahe's Curious Statements About the League. ABOUT SULLIVAN AHD HLRA1N. Extensile Comment on Their Proposed Bat tle Keit Week. SOME PACTS COKCEEKIKG THE MEJi Local baseball affairs have been extremely prominent daring the past week in many respects. The team has played in a very singular way, having given exhibitions of the very worst kind of ball playing and dis plays of the Tory best. "Deacon" White's appearance in the city has caused a stir and the release of Pitchers Beam and Erumm was a theme for considerable talk among all the local enthusiasts. "When The Dis patch published the exclusive news of the release of the two pitchers named, there was great surprise among the patrons of the game; not because of The Dispatch's usual exclusive quantity of im portant news, but because of ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 30 June 1889

rw 1 x V r v TKET PITTSBURG"" DISPATCH, " SUNDAY, TOOTS v,80, 1889. 15- vr -$sr E CRUEL COBBEER 3 XIKIS'EST h. l 1IXXJ UJ "" o .- ... . wieniTTn 1 HE old cobbler near the tollgate was very fond of mocking-birds and the wall of his workshop was al ways lined with cases in which the poor birds were imprison ed. These birds afforded the onlv enjoyment the old man had in this world because he was always sitting at his cobbler's bench patching an old slipper or an old shoe. From one year to the other he never went outside oi his old shanty, except when one or his birds died, and he had to go and catch another to fill its place. But the cobbler bad also a sister, his only living relative. This woman was known lar and near as very good and kind, and even her next door neighbor could not say an evil word against her. However, it is an old adage that good people do not prow old. ana tne cooujer s siMcr did not live many years either. S suddenly died, leaving behind ner one child, a little bo...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 30 June 1889

$ ,k &ILL ME ON BEES. Ie Studies the Habits and Business Ends of the Busy Hymenoptera. TflE ACTIVITY OP THE INSECTS. 'Berionsly Interferes With His Scientific Eesearches, tut He Grasps I 2&W PACTS AND HAKI SIIKGS. tWWTTXX ZXS THE BISFATCH.1 T i now the appro priate season for hiving bees. Bees should not be hived until they swarm. Bees begin to swarm as soon as the new' queen takes the oath of office. The queen is a long waisted bee who does the toiL The honey bee proper be longs to the order hymenoptera. All bees, according to Iiimseus, who kept several - stands of bees himself, are included in the genus apis, but they are now divided into many genera. I love to study the bee and at one time ieptbees myself. I kept several of them longer than I should have done. But honey bees are full of interest to me. I olten think of thelangnage of a late writer who goes on to state "that within so small a body should be contained an apparatus for converting the various sweets which it ...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 30 June 1889

C r THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH. PAGES 17 TO 20. A r: 'Sfe' THIRD PART. &" ME. HO ON BASEBALL An Ambassador From the Flowery Kingdom Tells What He Thinks 6f OUR GREAT NATIONAL GAME. He TFrites to the Eegttlator of Morals, Warninff His Countrymen AGAINST THE EVILS OP THE SPOET IWJUH'JJI rOB TBX EISP1TCH.1 NEW YOBK cor respondent of The Dispatch hearing of the arrival of "Wong Hang Ho, a special correspond ent from the High Mandarin of the ' -Flowery Kingdom, hnnted him up and the interview which iollowed is printed below: "You appear to take a great interest in onr national game, Mr, Ho," I said, by way of putting him at his ease. "Ya-a-s," he replied languidly. "Him make intlesting chapter for read ing. "What yon call big game, eh, yestelday," he added with more anima tion. "See Duff Tie fli hign; get oau on light field fence?" . Hang Ho took two itr three frantic rushes around the room, and finally leaped upward to catch an imaginary ball near the ceiling, holding up his hand high i...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 30 June 1889

MliMMssMMtisiafc,VlsWl-lSss.TsJstt LHVi WJW iwmjnwwwi iimh Hilling -WP1 Mil iLil.JLLi I . iiiiieMwPtewirarmMi..eMJW'WTW' 111 i - -.... ....-, KS i Sir i fc . k r f; 18 ' THE PITTSBTJBG- DISPATpH, K - i r HEct'to spoil you. But I'll surprise you some I as ostentations as possible, till he said: "I I "BntI have changed. BHRdar. I CHAPTEBIL ! TOUCHY "SUBPEISES" ME. J1 Touchy made my life a burden for months before he redeemed his word. At last, alter a week of alternate devotion and snubbi tiveness, he hauled me oat for a walk. As we reached the country, he became festive and sans: 'In spring a young man's fancy lightly tarns to thoughts of 11 love at" Said I, stupidly: "Spring. isn't till next month." Touchy returned beamingly: 'I'm not going to wait till next month. I'm going to tell you now." His eyes were very shiny, and he looked quite serious. A cold chill went down my back. I felt that something awful was going to happen. "Xou are a nice girl," said Touchy, as if beginning a lon...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 30 June 1889

ii ?-l ., "TA -V," -y jp'vyjag JSOT .-? v -v . PEGGING OUT CLAIMS. Wild Scenes and Incidents Conse quent Upon a Discovery of Gold IH AS AUSTRALIAN ELDORADO. Hundreds Tate Part in a Mad Eace to Beach the Dig?inffs First. THE BTEAKGE LIFE SWAGSMEN LEAD ICOEttXSrOXDETCK 07 THI DISPATCH. Sydney; N. S. "W., May 28. It was while on my way to a sheep station on the back blocks that I first witnessed what is known in the Australian colonies as a "gold rnsh." My route lay through a section of country some 300 miles west of Sydney, oyer which, for a considerable time preTJously, prospectors had been trying for the shiny metal, and as I pulled up one evening at the "hotel" of an embryo township the latter consisting of three bark huts, avgen eral store and the hostelry mentioned it was to find the place in a ferment of excite ment over the fact that the red flag, indi cating the discovery of gold, had been hoisted a few days previously in a gully not 30 miles distant. The rapidity with which s...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 30 June 1889

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

I f BUSINESS ' s Jib rlL. WSlJVt JDuLi&! 7E 1ttL y ' 1- RICH m.-w u?THEaDisVv " I yJ gpr'Wrp TC rrffrfjrW''J &m 3 SJ aJltxhTon0lTax TY-l' ro- c- -i i n r 3 O n O 0 2 O a rc to J V- V ' TO ruHAKLfl ndidatefora Third Term 1 Ohio's Governor Forced to fy.- - rti" LS I T. cieated iare DEFEATED BY 30,000. Will be the Worst Beaten blocc the Wnr How llie cared Ills llrnoininatlon bnrpeninc Their tscnlplnc Im Became He linn Dc. riirm of Home Uute The l.Iqaor lias It In fur Governor Fora- millng Slate The Telecrnins nnd i . 'iuf. CoBC"itolntion ot All From Juse candidates whose as- i the Governorship of Ohio wer. tipped in the bud by ForaV (ton to stand for a third t siastic in their supji' iis claimed, ss the , their readers jth a large readers w tdvV5' fXTA VVS, O. - .he ad- i of the Rs -e Couven- iber of inter,. ..tures in con- jth the contest -r the Guberna (ination have developed. While ilican press""br the organ variety I it can to place Governor For , (: most favorable light be...

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

V OK PERVERSE PLUMS, Some Eipe Ones on Uncle Sam's Tree to Pall Outside FOE A CONQUEBOE'S PETS. Qnay Unwilling That More Than the Postoffice Shall Stay AMOKG ALLEGHENY CODKTY GIFTS. Possible Shift of U. S. Jndses, With Cnstom House and F. 0. Talk. IAEKIN TO EUK FOR STATE TKEASDEEE There is one piece of gossip in connection with the recent appointment of- "Walter Lyon, Esq., to the United States District Attorneyship that is certainly interesting and may be worth remembering. It comes from a gentleman who has the ear of Presi dent Harrison and who was influential in the selection of Mr. Lyon for the place he now nils. Vacancies in the United States Supreme Court have been much talked of for some time past, though there is some thing of a lull just now. It is said by the gentleman first referred to that it is by no means improbable Judge Acheson, of the United States Court, may be promoted to the Supreme Bench, in which case it is by no means improbable Mr. Lyon may be selected to fil...

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

Emm 'tf&'& w: l' Tv -, t' THE ' .PlTTSBTERr pISS'ATOB,- MONDAY, ; 'joiiT s2L w "m WOKE DAT. President Gompers Addresses South Sr SWa filnsi? WnrlfArs. WIUW W HWW ---, Kdyakcing the eight hour plan HoTit Pajs to Make the Workman Broader, ." . Better and Happier. AN INDUSTRIAL VIEW OP THE THING President Samuel Gompers, of the Feder- ation of Trades, who ..was delayed by the L latest wreck on the Pennsylvania Railroad, ana dia not gee k xioce romi in uiub w speak before the American Flints Satur day at their picnic, delivered an address yesterday afternoon in Odit Fellows' Hall, Soutbside, under the auspices of the Flints. Fonr other labor meetings were going on at 'A the same time, having a tendency to divert tbe attendance; Mill a gooa auaience mrneu out to hear the exponent of the eight-hour labor system, and all listened for iully two hours without an abatement of interest. Mr. Gompers is an easy, clear speaker, and very logical in his arguments. He is well "nown in this c...

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

PITTSBURG- DISPATCH, ' 'MONDAY; JULY ' 1, f889. hi- itmnfi ttt&rm w tlv f" VJ ESrABLISHED FEBRUARY 8, IMS. J, ToL.44, No. 141.-Entered at Pittsburg Postofllce, , NoTeiober 14, 1SS7, as second-class matter. Business Office 97 and 99 Fifth Avenue. News Booms and Publishing House 75, 77 and 79 Diamond Street, Eastern Advertising Office, Koom &, Tribune Building, ewYork. Average net circulation of tbe daily- edition of The DisrAXCH for six months ending June 1, 1889, 27,824 Copies per Istne. Average net circulation of tbe Sunday edition of TUX DisrATCn for May, 1839, 47,468 Copies per issue. TERMS OF THE DISPATCH. ' rOSTAGE FBXZ IN THE CMTXD STATES. ?S DAILY DisrATCH, One Year I 8 CO $ DAILT DISPATCH, Per Quarter S 00 i' Dailt DisrATCH. Om Month TO - Daily Dispatch, lueludlng Sunday, 1 year. 10 00 DAILY DlsrATcn.IneludlngSnnday.-'m'ths. ISO Daily DiEFATCH,includlng Sunday.l month 90 bUNDAY DisrATCH, One ear S SO Weekly Dispatch, One Year 13 The Daily Dispatch Is delivered br car...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 1 July 1889

Jr jittr 7JF STEAM CAEAYAN Is Soon to be Snorting Through the Jangles ot Africa and STANLEY CAN COME HOME BY fiAlL. A Bailroad i Through tha Congo Country to ho Projected. H WILL BE A PROFITABLE ENTERrEISE Kew Tokk. June 30. The grand project of throwing open the Congo country by means of a railroad which will overcome the difficulties placed by nature in the path way of commerce between Matadi and Stan ley Pool, which means, in fact, the opening of the entire middle portion of the African continent, is calculated to awaken enthu siasm in the breast of anyone who is inter ested in the progress of mankind and in the development of the resources of the earth. Mr. Alfrea I.e Ghait, the Envoy Extraor dinary and Minister Plenipotentiary of the King'of the Belgians, at present in this city, is particularly interested in the plan, al though it docs not come properly within the scope of his diplomatic duties. In speaking of the project yesterday, he said: Cne has only to look Into the matte...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 1 July 1889

HSKsl w . fr"j,!Jffr rrF&$px?w' ', "K r --vfti&sJ- THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH? MOlSTDlAlT f h mm views, pfanager "Wright Explains a Few-Interesting Points. Mood may be belbased. ., iThe Scotts Challenge tbe JIcKecsporls to Play for $100. lEESULTS OP ASSOCIATION GAMES. x ftDeacon White LcaTes the City and May Sue ft . the Pittsburg Club. GENERAL SP0ET1XG KEWS OP THE DAI -Af There is not only considerable pleasure to ' "5be derived, but much information to be gained from a conversation with the veteran of baseball, Mr. Harry "WriElit. Few men 1 in the country hare had the amount of practical experience in the national game that the genial manager of the Phillies has 1 had, and very few, indeed, are so well in- l -formed regarding it and its historical and scientific features. Last evening Mr. Wright ', expressed himself at length to the writer Cr - on many interesting baseball topics: He said: j"CeiUinly I anticipate some kind of change in, the classification rule before next 6eas...

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