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

K3IHK 'Tfr,,57 : :T5i 'JJVK as-3P 'P,PTJ 4-THE PITTSBTJK&-DISPATCH,-v 'SATtJEDAYr-: IBBRLrAK,X 2, 1889. ss .? W-r. ITWASACIHDEEDAT With the Alumni of the Bie: Eastern Polytechnic Institute. THEY LOOK AT GLASS AND STEEL And Bide Through the Famous Iron Tun nel, Feasting on the Train. SIGHTS IX 1TIEESP0RT AND BRADDOCK Cinders to the right of them, cinders to the left of them, cinders in their eyes, ears, hair and nostrils, cinders all over them, held in place by a thin scum of oil; while in their heads yet rang thj sounds of steam whistles, heavy hammers and the muffled roar of the rolling mill. Nevertheless the victims appeared thoroughly pleased. Such was the experience of the members of the Bensselaer Polytechnic Institute alumni as they concluded a second day's sightseeing among the leading industrial establishments in and around this city. The excursion party left the Pittsburg and Lake Erie depot yesterday an hour earlier than on the previous morning. One hundred and sevente...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 2 February 1889

ESTttMKKM WBmttsaM "6" THE ' PITTSBTraG-'TggSp IffJftfH ROVING BOYS Goodfriend's Fine Story Their Australian Work at of CBICKET AND BASEBALL. Proctor Knott Will Not Start in the Louisville Derby. " RECEIVER FOR THE H0.0SIER CLUB. Jem Smith Will Fight Mitchell Challenges Kilrain. and GENERAL 13P0RT1KG KEW8 OF THE DAT tC0RKE6P0SDE5CI OF THI DISPATCH.1 Sxdset, December 19. "Whether base ball gains a firm foothold or not in this section of Australia, there can be no regret on the part of the baseball combination lor having traveled to the Antipodes. They have been treated 'with a generous hos pitality that has, had no limit to its excess, and the few days that have been spent here have been far too short to accept more than a measure ot the courtesies extended to them. "Whatever doubt existed as to the import ance that the Australians would attach to the event of their coming was speedily dis pelled an hour before the splendid harbor was reached. The Alameda was still be hind time, but ...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 2 February 1889

A COWARDLY PEINGE Takes His Own Life Rather Than - 'Face an Outraged Brother. RUDOLF DIES BY HIS OWE HAHD. Insanity Officially Stated to Have Been the Cause. TKOUBLOUS TIMES 'IN OLD IRELAND. Politicians Fesr That a Crisis Is Bipidly Approach in; in France. The death of the Crown Prince Eudolf is now officially attributed to suicide. The reasons given are varied, but it is openly stated that Rudolf was afraid to meet the anger of a man he had wronged. Never theless, all the European courts will wear the garb of sorrow for several weeks on his account Mr. O'Brjen still refuses to com ply with prison rules and severe measures are threatened. Vienna, February L The mvstery sur rounding the death of Crown Prince Rudolf is taking a deeper hue. It has been official ly announced that the Prince committed sui cide by shooting himself in the head with a revolver, the weapon, with one chamber discharged, being found by the bedside. The autopsy, which was performed by Prof. "Wiederhoper, disclo...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 2 February 1889

IN HEW DEPARTUBJES. Chief Evans' Fire Report Fairly Bristles "With Suggestions. JL LARGE GROWTH OF INSURANCE Is Noted, and He Asks That ren Better Safeguards le Applied. XEW BUILDINGS AND NEW POSITIONS Superintendent Evans, of the Pitttburg Bureau of Fire, this morning submitted his annual report, the twelfth since his appoint, ment to the head of the fire department Following are the material points: Daring the year 740 fire alarms were answered; loss reported by the Fire Marshal up to December 1, and estimated since, 5486,753 86: insurance paid, 400,196 30; net loss, $86,557 56. The largest number of alarms in the his tory of the department in any month was in Jauuarr, 1888, 106; next highest number, December, 1886. 97 alarms. The largest fires were January 26, Dalzell & Co.'s oil -warehouse. First avenue, loss, $19,638; Jan nary 29, TJrling & Son, Heeren & Co. and "William Haslage & Son, Fifth avenue and Market square, $200,000; March 13, Baxter & Benton and S...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 2 February 1889

IKSkS ,rf ?j SECOND PART. fOW FIRST I SERIES OF SHORT STORIES By J. Marsden Sutcliffe, ENTITLED THE EOMMOE OF AN INSURANCE OFFICE, Beiso Passages ix the Experience of Me. AUGUSTUS "WILLIAM "WEBBER, Formerly General Manager to the Universal Insurance Company. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. THK CROSS HALL TRAGEDY n. An inquest was held in due course on the body ot Timothy Bradburn, -who had been o foully slain, when a startling array o f facts was presented tending to implicate Frank Trestrail as the perpetrator of the crime. It will be convenient to state the circumstances sworn to before the Coroner in as succinct a form as possible. They were as follows: That Francis Trestrail and Selina Gub bins, growing alarmed at the non-appearance of their master, when his usual time for rising was long since past, entered his room and found the body of Mr. Bradburn lying half in and half out of bed, bearing the marks of a terrible injury on the head, from which the blood had flowed freely, forming a lar...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 2 February 1889

THE, -PITTSBURG DISPATCH, " SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1889. 3 - AW ' THE RAIL BATE WAES Brought About by the Weak, Round about Lines of Road. THEIR POWER FOR GOOD OR EYIL. Btartlinff Facts That Could be Verified ty a Peep at the Books. A HIKT TO P1TTSBUBG SHIPPERS rW&ITTX2t ?0 THS DISFATCH.1 Just now many prominent railroad men ot the United States are trying to impress the public with the idea that pools are a necessity; that without them rate wars and and the consequent shrinkage of securities cannot be avoided. There is this much truth in this stand: "Without a strict en forcement of the lone and short-haul clause rate wars are unavoidable; with it they are not. The history of rate wars in this coun try shows that they are almost invariably brought on by the weak, roundabout lines. To illustrate: Suppose two important cities, 500 miles apart, are served by three direct lines, who derive a large revenue from the traffic between the two cities. There will always be one or more roun...

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

ik I" s . 34d - THE MAEKET BASKET MJ "" 8 Quiet Trade All Along the Lines of Dinner Materials. FBESH CAUGHT SALMONS ON SALE. i- Game Season WaningAntelope Takes the Jj Place of Deer. it- THE SITUATION GOOD TO FLORISTS OFFICE OF THE PlTTSBCEO DISPATCH, ? Fbidat, February 1, 18S3. I The first month of 18S9, which is now among the things that were, did not make the best of records either in jobbing or re tail lines of market basket materials, so iar as this city is concerned. There has thus far been no awakening from the quietness which follows holiday activity. The uniform report given by tradesmen to-day is much the came as for several weeks past, namely, that business has been unusually dulL This has been the ex perience of every year, but for this season the revival of trade seems slow in starting. The open winter is credited with much of the mis chief to trade. At the fish and oyster stalls a fair week's trade is reported. The wholesale demands in these lines, which come mostly fr...

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

Ml - THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, SATUEDAT, FEBRUARY 2, 1889. 12 IT'S GKOMD-HOGDAY And if the Woodchuck Sees His Shadow We Shall Surely Have SIX LONG WEEKS MORE OP WINTER Some XoTel Facts About a. Much-Slandered American Citizen. DANIEL WEBSTER'S PLEA FOR THE HOG PTBITTEN FOB THE DISPATCH.! To-day, February 2, is remarkable in two ways: First, it is an important religions feast, and second, it is popularly believed to determine, through the instrumentality of the groundhog, the all-important question of whether the bitter winds and blinding storms of winter are to continue for six weeks longer or are to be now succeeded by pleasant, spring-like days. Concerning the origin of Candlemas and the derivation of its name there is still con siderable dispute. Some writers attribute the institution of this feast to PopeGelasius I. in 493. Others claim that it was origi nated by Pope Vigilius in the year 636, while still others state that it was first cele brated in the year 642, during the reign...

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

Wye " DOUBLE NUMBER. rOKTY-THTRD TEAR i mm At Riverside investigated by the Board of Inspectors, Who Listen to THE AWFULCHARGES MADE Dr. JMarneke Accused of Ac cepting Bribes From the Inside to AID ESCAPING COUYICTS. Alleged Crnelty to Sick Prisoners in the Prison Hospital Department. CHARITY CHICKENS $5 APIECE. McPhillamy's Graphic and Sworn Story of His Becent Break for Freedom. THE OTHER SIDE IS IET TO BE HEARD Dr. B. B. ilaharneke, hospital steward of Riverside Peniteiitiaiy, a gentleman already more or less famous for his exploits, is charged with aiding noted prisoners to escape. In this connection, and before an official meeting of the Board of Inspectors of the prison, witnesses also swore that Maharneke had accepted S2C5 for engineer ing this job alone. He is also charged with general corruption in office and ex treme cruelty to prisoners in the hospital. It is in evidence that he gagged insane prisoners with cotton to prevent cries when the galvanic battery was applied to ...

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

P' 2 IISTAITDEATH; An Engineer's and Fireman's Most Frightful Fate. BOTH MEN DECAPITATED Pieces of Jagged Boiler Thrown for Hundreds of Yards. TWO STEAMERS BLOWN TO ATOMS An Explosion of Almost Unprecedented Force and Sndden Euin. BAD AXD TRAGIC ECE5E AT THE TVEECK At a few minutes past 1 o'clock yesterday afternoon a dull, heavy roar was heard all through the lower part of the city, carrying with it a thrilling conviction that death and destruction must have ensued some where to someone. The sound seemed to come from the Alle gheny river, and hurrying crowds gathered in the vicinity of the Eleventh street rail road bridge, where their worst fears were confirmed; the boiler of the steamboat Two Brothers had exploded, completely wreck ing it and the Beturn, lying alongside, and killing two men instantly, beside wounding many others. The bridge and shore became crowded in an instant it seemed, with sympathetic on lookers willing to help the living but, alas, unable to help the dead. B...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 3 February 1889

jrv r . f? rtrp wwrojsw nvwvm fwn'f. s;w7fc yT H zn&ni &&$&? i.iJB! THE HlTTSBTJRG- DISPATCH, SJLTNpAY,, FEBRUARY ' -8, ' s1889: A.SHOWINGOFHANDS It Last, by tho Prosecutors of Ex Cashier Henry F. Yoijt. TEE CHARGES BASED ON FIl Inother Adjournment Without At for the Accused. THE DEFENDANT SMILES AND The dingy little office of Alderman Shaefer, on the Southside, was very much ke a match box yesterday afternoon, for .ay people, curious and interested ones, were crowded as closely together iu it as the lighters in a 5-cent match box, to witness the hearing of Henry F. Voigt, the ex cashier of the Farmers and Mechanics' Hank. The whole afternoon was taken up with the prosecution offering evidence. It v&s not until 630 o'clock that the case was adjourned and Scott Ferguson, Esq., attor ney for the defense, stated that they -were not jet ready to offer any evidence. Then Voigt went back to jail until next Friday afternoon, when the case will be continued. As has alrea...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 3 February 1889

p. ek 4 Qtyt BIMf. ESTABLISHED FEBRUARY 8, 1818. VoL 43, No. 362. Entered t Pittsburg Post offlce, November 14, 16S7, as secona-ciass matter. Business Offlce 07 andG9 Fifth Avenue. News Rooms and Publishing House 75, 77 and 79 Diamond Street. This paper having mare than Donble the circulation of any other In the State outside of Philadelphia, Its advantages as an adver tising medium will be apparent. TElOlS OF THE DISPATCH. rOSTAOK TOEE IN THE CNITOD STATES. XUILT UisrATCn, One Tear. t 800 Daily Dispatch, Per Quarter 200 Dailt DisrATcn. One Month g Daily Dispatch, Including Sunday, one rear 1000 Daily Dispatch, Including iiunday, per quarter SM Daily Dispatch, including bandar, ona month - SO EDitDAT DisrATcn. oneyear. 150 Veekly Dispatch, one year IS The Daily Dispatch U delivered by carriers at IS cents per week, or lncludlngthesuuday edition, at 20 cents per week. " Voluntary contributor! should keep copies o articles. If compensation t desired the price expected must be named. T...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 3 February 1889

Kra TJPPMMJPSi, BB353l? IfcdMKMAa ""HSFiw? JMWPi THE PITTSBLTEG DISPATCH, SUNDAY, - PEBBTJAB-T . 3, 1889. fswr 't-j' GERMANY IS ANXIOUS Emperor William and Chancellor Bismarck Much Disturbed BY PRINCE EUD0LFS SUICIDE. The Kew Heir Presumptive Said to Have Eussian Tendencies, WHICH MAT DISTURB THE A1LIASCB. The Berlin rapcrs Do Sot .Approve of BlsmarcVs Back Down in Samoa, The sudden death of the Austrian Crown Prince causes great anxiety in German offi cial circles. The heir presumptive is re garded as being favorable to an alliance with St Petersburg rather than Berlin. The East Africa bill passes the third read ing. Socialists make matters warm in the Beichstag. Bismarck's power over the Em peror said to be lessening, and Count Her bert will be ruled out leading journals disapprove the latest orders concerning Samoa. nephew, Tamabakari, has been proclaimed his successor. A syndicate of Berlin and Frankfort bankers, in conjunction with a group of Portuguese and Paris banks, has con...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 3 February 1889

u-.. t ?.,' THE PITTSBURG ' DISPATCH, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1889. A WORTHY EXAMPLE, Stern Agrees to Allow Spald ing Earle's Sendees. POINTER TO LEAGUE CLUBS. Local Athletes Making Arrange ments for a Busy Season. HOOSIEES STILL IN THE ELNG. President Bash Secures the Franchise oftheOldClnb. ARRANGING ANOTHER RACE. MEWS ABOUT ALL BRANCHES OF SPOBT It may safely be said now that the pro gramme arranged by President Spalding to play his two Australian teams in various parts of the United States, will be carried out. Cincinnati at the first asking has con ' sented to allow Earle, the already famous little catcher, to remain with Mr. Spalding until April 20, under conditions that will certainly be granted. This generosity on the part of President Stern is worthy of note, and tends to show that there is not that feeling of animosity existing between the League and Association that many people imagine. The example set by Cincinnati ought really to prompt other clubs, particularly those in th...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 3 February 1889

HBB3 2ts B33ip:s '.iWWWT THE PITTSBURG -DISPATGH.V SUNDAY, FEBRUARY -3,1889. !' ALL HOPE IN CAKNOT. Conservative, Sensible Frenchmen Have No Other Way to Turn. BOULANGER ON THE TOP WAVE. Almost Humorous Orders for Court Mourn: in? for Prince Budolf, EDITOR STEM) HAYIXG LOTS OP FUN. The Bismircks Psying 5o Attention U the Stories Told About Them. Conservative Frenchmen are basing all their hopes of a stable government on President Carnot's good sense. They dare say nothing, for Boulanger's popularity just now is too great throughout France. Precise and almost humorous orders as to court mourning for the death of Prince Rudolf have been issued. The Queen's wedding'anniversary, approaching, 'will be the usual solemn, cheerless affair. Ruben- stein and Von Bnlow are making sarcastic comments on the length of each other's hair and ears. TBY CABLE TO THE DISPATCH. London, February 2. The condition of things in France remains practically what it was on Sunday night, when Boulanger was decl...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 3 February 1889

sasasa J-'RjTVH '8 -THE PITTSBURG- DISPATCH, SUNDAY, FESRJJJlRY 3, 1889. V. BRUTAL JALFOUfilSI leaches a Point Where Language Utterly Fails to Describe It A LONG LIST OP LATE OUTRAGES. She Trince of Coercionlsts Warned j the Lord Major of Dublin TO QDIT TORTURING WILLIAM O'BRIEN. Jalfonr Fays So Attention to the WarniD?, but Is More Cautions. Balfour'a brutality has reacted a point where adjectives iail to do it justice. Tbe list of victims of his coercive policy for tbe past week is a long one. Ibe Lord Mayor of Dublin bag thought it necessary to warn the author of Balfourism that he is going loo far, and that an end ot some of his out rages most be made or no one can be an swerable for the consequences. IBT CABLE TO THE DISrATCH.3 itOKBOjf, February 2. Copyright. The brutality of the English rule in Ire land, or what is more expressively called Balfourism, has reached a point at which BO string of adjectives, however carefully put together, can give an exact idea of it. One might ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 3 February 1889

imsm P!P fSRff. -r"??p ! 's-.-- f; - -r .i W)V. ,V' THE I- ' - - "I'- PAGES 9 TO 16. - n K - BILL ATE ARUESTED With All the Ceremony Incidental to St. Louis Police Begulalions. THE TWO-HEADED COMBINATION Encountered by William and Poet Riley on the Banks of the Mississippi. THE TRAGEDY OF A PAIR OF TROUSERS tWBITIEN rOE THE DISPATCH. T. LOUIS is the only city I have ever visited where it seemed like paying a man 3 delicate tribute to arrest htm. "When yon are arrested in St Louis, youdo not go reluctantly to the nearest station by means of the scruff of your neck, through a hooting and madding crowd, but the police man who has arrested you, sends in a signal from the nearest box and directly, as the English put it, or rfght away, as the Amer ican has it, a beautiful silver-mounted phaeton, drawn by gaily caparisoned and neighing steeds dashes up to the curb, driven by an Olive street gondolier. You bound lightly into the beautifully flecked chariot, a tiny silver gong about the size...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 3 February 1889

!Tfifi JfrTtfSBttRGr '--tolH&AtfCJfi, StftfoAY, EEBRttA&Y ?8, 1889. 10 fringed tlie little melon patch lake with the floating hoe handle. Seagulls! That is all. They hare come like arrows from the hot heavens ahove. They did not come from the waters below. But they came so suddenly and so soon that little wonder it is that people, even those who are encaged in piercing the buried river below, have insisted, and still insist, that a sea gull has been known to comeup from the watery world below, dry and white, and clean as snow, along with the curious little schools of sh that so love the light, leap once, twice, thrice, and then melt away like little spears of ice in the sun and are seen no more. They see the light although they have no eyes. As I write, even before the ink is dry on the preceding page, a ponderous book comes to band by post from 3,000 miles distant. It is the latest work of General John C. Fremont. On pace 575 1 read: "While engaged In operations at the Sout...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 3 February 1889

THE YELLOW DRAGOS. China's Roy Emperor and His Ap proaching Marriage. HOW THE FAIR BRIDE WAS CHOSEN Hundreds of Sanchn Maidens at the Palace for Selection. THE WIDKIXG TO COST $10,000,000 rcOBEESFOXDENCK OP THE DISPATCH.! EKING, November 30, 1888. All Peking is ex cited to-day over the boy Emperor's marriage. The bride was selected a few t days ago, and the first official announcement appeared in the Peking Gazette o f yesterday. To-day somewhere near a million Chinese tongues are wagging inside of orange-colored cheeks about the new Empress, and the highly rouged daughters ot the Manchu nobility are wondering what bind of a look ing girl she is, and are envying both her and ihe two sisters who haTe been chosen to rank as the highest of the imperial concu bines. The announcement of the Peking Gazette is official. It comes from the innermost re cesses of the forbidden city, 3nd it was dic tated by the Empress dowager herself. I quote it in the translation which the Chinese writer of ...

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

UHIIHH m WFQgiypap -iwr :?&zstt -: gggJIgagl E 12 Many letters are addressed to the editor bearing on history, literature and art. These will become valuable hereafter. It is quite impossible to answer the letter individ ually, as at least ten of them will bear on one point, as "What is the form of a dinner invitation t" "What answer should be given to an invitation to afternoon tea?" etc Therefore the general principles of all the questions can alone be reached, and that to the best ability of the writer. When a new and puzzling point is made more attention is, of course, bestowed on that letter. Sometimes in older that sev eral authorities may be consulted; some times that time for reflection be pained. Many questions are unanswerable, as authorities Ut ter. Some are flippant and impertinent, and naturally go into the waste basket. Most of them, however, discover a genuine desire to Improve. Young Irishman" writes: "Fleaso nut a stranger in this country right on the following ...

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