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Pittsburgh Weekly Gazette from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania • Page 1

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Vt "54 at 1 tt 4 it tj tor VOL. 117. SKftSg SO. 281. riTTSIiUIJGIl, TUESDAY MOI5NING.

MAY o. 1-01. l'O t'lH T.KN PAfH.S. one a copy. -3 tery of J.

O. Browi to 12511 A. U. wJti v. Corpse Death 8IGELD1 HAS VOTES TO WIN: EXHUMED BODY IHftNNA THINKS jr nr i nnniaini i ipp pi run amnls nn.Ton COMMON COUHEIL ur d.

u. mwm is IP lULd THE UUUii DIRECTOR IS CENSORED Believes Democrats Will Nominate Ex-President ROOSEVELT CERTAIN i Mmmi I (y V. senator ays univ U'vf' IL- Xi(--Z7 lv; AY -lit, Tut ilAirtrr I je'Ai. -V 3 V''' Xi'' A VVK x. Contents of Stomach Will Be Analyzed by an Expert INQUIRY BY BROTHER Stranoe Scene Was Enacted in Old Bull Creek Presbyterian WIDOW.

WAS NOT INFORMED The ashes of Joseph Owen Brown, iue iti-urutr oi riv.i6.ourgnJ uq mil rest in reace. There bids fair to be Bimntif i over his remains as there was over his acts during the last few days of his fitful and eventful life. Last Saturday the remains of Pitts-1 btirgh's dead recorder were disin- terred from the lonely grave in the Bull Creek cemetery in which they lay and the contents of the t-tomach removed for Xpert chemical analysis, This action was had at the instance of J. II. P.

Brown a b-othypr of the deceased, who is not as to the cause of i dcalh. He maintains that there Is a rays- tery somewhere and he proposes to fathom it and ascertain if his brother) died of poisoning. The death Recorder Brow a on Sua- day, March Z9, was r-p'Ttd to he due to heart failure pprtsi show that tho attending physicians i 7--'. 1 V- V-- 'T VOa t- U'n to Majority Voted Postponement rt Con- a ion i Jinan ce. PURCHASE IS REYIYEI) to Acquire itc by I'urcc Kc3tlifii.

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"11 I I certified to this, attributing their patient's 1 Senator Uanna ar1 John Mitrr.e!!. condition to nervous strain and worry. 'adr of the mine workers; Albert Yoimj When the brother arrived hero from his of the national teamster orgHr.lian n. home in Nebraska, about a month a so. lanle Iveefe cf the Int.

rnatl-uil Lo-k-he instituted a searching investigatiou. association. Kalph M. Ho visited the physicians, looked care- of 'ho National Federation, juma fully iato the books of the bureau of'H- -ck1s. E.

r. Hiplt-; Franklin Machos 1th and scrutinized every paper relat- Vtach and many othr are tkhig part ing t) bis brother's -sudden end. in th- conference. Still he was rot satisfied There was a Rumor Imd it tht mystery tfme-ft here, he thought, and to take a in the strik- at det'errain-d to havi urivavel -d. lie tb r-eering Har-ster Company plant, would not return home with a s-hadow of but denied this.

doiibt upon his mind. the mount ficuator Ilaiuia. the rtudnt? of of earth in-th'- littie- eowtUry churchyard Armour institute tolay. exp'ned Where witherer1 and a few tansled I 1" th -m -what the C'ivi Federal. on -ind i wreaths shielded the fresh clay, the crini lav and there ho decided to turn his An order was obtained from Coroner Jese M.

aicfleary ordering the disln termer, of the body, and on Saturday afternoon the party, including Mr. Brown, Coroner McOJeary, Arthur Gilliford of Alieghcny. Dr. Walter C. iloC Continued on Second Pape, Jlr-t Colusr.n.

BEE sum DOMESTIC. Senator Hanna said he believed' the Democrats Grover Cleve land for prudent in iyo-1 Page-1. Secretary Hoot paid tribute to National guard and regular soldier at at Columbus. Page 5. The Hon.

James P. assas, Inted at Jackson, Ky. Page 1- LOC. Thomas Bigelow is now wrestling Kith the Job. problem.

Page 3. Edward A. Gudtelder recovers verdict of $11,419 CI In. suit against the PiUs. burph, Cincinnati, Chicago Louis Railroad Company for injuries resulting from Sht-radon disaster.

Page 14. Annual report cf Pittsburgh Railway Company shows that enormous rrouts wer mAd rt'irtng the year. 1'aeo 11. Annual report of the Philadelphia Company Is a vc'umlnouj affair 'which the past yesr to hare been a vtry ProToineut Pitts borgbers have asUed th soto of Maine for a charter for a railroad. Page a.

Tha IcdviEtnal National wna car-itnl, has ben organized Body of the late City O. Broun wax exhumed from Ban! Creek cmeltry and a examination held to determine cause of 1. SOCIAL. Op'i-air pei foimauco. "The Mid-nunimT Night's Dream by the pupils of Gleim's school, late In May, and "As Vc-J Like by the seniorc: of the Pentifylvanla College for ffompn, in are annovmoeroents for the early summer season.

Page 10. Th-? annual meeting and election of ofT'oers was held yesterday afternoon by the Columbian Council of Jewish Women; Mrs. RoFenbcrg was elected president. Page 10. SPORTINii.

A great catch by Hans Wagner the. ninth Inning saved the game for the Pirate. Page 9. Shadyfclde took the opening inter- I jiCholaatic game from the I'age 0. The interacholafitic field meet will bs field at- Sc henley park in Jun.

Page 9. winnora at Jamaica: Hen Howard. Flagstaff. Illyria, Teliow Tail, Mor-della and Colonist. Page 9.

The Worth Canyon. Jolden Ilule. Dr. J. -O'Nfil and In McKeona.

0. FINANCIAL. Pittsburgh tihk exchanges yebter-dSy to an Increase of Pace J2. WestiDghouse Electric the active leader of thts Joc-lI Ftook market and to 100. 11'.

The eabtcrn stock market was dull but, firm, closing at or near the top. rcge abseiling by pit traders caused wheat in Chicago. Pa go THE VEATKEBw 1 I The indications for today, as reported from the weather offioo at Washington, in are for fair wlch i iaiug temperature. or the sky at that time being clear. The daily re- FhIt.

port rurnisnea oy tne lo cal weather offioc follows: I i 1 Baro Tem. Hom.Wind.iWeather. I I i Tim tr 8 p. m. 1 I 3o.2i; 4T, K.

iCloii'lv N.E. (Clear Comrarativa temperature and precipitation for May 4: i I (1002 1901,1 i ii 16021901 1 i Maximum 'Untnuim 70 4'i 1 Mean FTeciplta'ion 74 .03 Mas. tem.4:."Hj nu since Jan. Mill. turn.

4 a. m. precip. 31 yra. .11 Mean tem.

Si' -Freeh1, for dav. 0 Nor. tarn. 31 Ssi'Mcy for dy'. 11 Defcy fsm.

for day since May 1, .27 Petty Kinco May 1 ZljjFx. since Jan. GoTenimeiit Weather Report. D. C.

May 4. Forecast: Wetern Fenaylvanta Fair Tcosclay. rising tc-ptrtura; Wednesday, increasing cloudinees; liSht northwest tnds, becoming southeast. Chli-j Fair and warmer Tuesjay; clwJlneE, light to fresh to south wtn). Vet Virsrinia Fair and lrerrat Tutsia.y; Wedneslay fair.

Ofrservaikns taken at weather bureau rta-Uinp p. m. Ftttiburjb IParkersburg Oa.r.j Clar Washington 5SiClear CJKlahoma PtCidy Iadiinapoiis Kaosaa r.Ti.ksin die 7 4 PtC'ldv Cincinnati Ji, Clsar 1 Orleans. 7i Cloudy "lumbn Ci'-ar P'nilarieiphia Des Mom. Otdy i iKelena f't.

Lows i'Eismaiclc Cif Ijouisv'ile Clear Marti Ufctt Cn-uiv Ui-mpbia ftCidy Norfolk Vekabur PCheyean 'Ifiv Chicago Lake 'WTC'd Vork PtCMy; Denver Mntfalo 1s1) Clear F'iCidv fUvt-iand 48 Clear North Plane 'S Oe-Huron Cloudy -Rapid Citv. no '-iear tt. Paul Si riCidv: r.oufc-e TODAVS AMrSEvrENTS. "A Chinese Honej raxin," NCT GUANTJ Ftock company in "Tbij 2 and 8 p. ta.

BIJOIJ "On the Suwsnee RiTer," 8 p. m. Ct'-QtTESNE Haverly'a Mastodon Jioatjei-, 2 end m. refined Taudevl'U b'U tealM by Sandjw, ta cotiUnuaus perfct-r- 8nc from 1:30 to 10 .10 r. ACADEMY Watson's Amertcan 2 r.1 8 p.

m. trained anintal.v 2 arid I p. rXPOsniON PARK. AT.LSCTKENT-P.wre6 BHi wil i 2 and 8 p. ta.

rirrSBCKOH CARNEGIE urstc! nrt. Annual concert ky pupils of James Stephen OCT.XS DfTELMCl excr. Arrfved May 4. "i ork Cymric aid Victorian from tjvwof.l, L' Aquttaine from Havre, Krooc. land from Antwerp, rbourit Barb royi f-onj xw Hdilr I'belm II from Ken T-trk.

HamSmrf Auuat Victoria from New Tcrkl M. t-f-til from York. MiM May 4 Tt.rtt tose- Ne rtd-rrao-iciUu Fsiac fr.Ne Vork. -t 'l ff) tomorrow Increasing cloudiness Is threatenod. Teeterday the sun rose at I t.oi ciock ana naa quiro a Rtnujsle dispollinK tr, I clouds.

It set at 7 o'clock. I i Scored fur Interference in I'urchise cf Tccb nical School Site. COUNCILS CONDEMNED C. Armcd ha r.bcr it li 'r- -j Vt 3' If rf 1 --a ii t. i if 4 4e.J -s c-t rti It -1'r.

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it k-4 fr--j). j' i-i at fr tt 1J ra --t i -t a-4 1. I i 4- a i 5 a ft tM I if i t- r-" I f. i 1 HALLS OK JUSTICE DYED WITH BLOOD OK KEUD'S VICTIM USED A KNIFE ON HIS BROTHER AT CLAYSVILLE William Northwang. Superintendent of Iron Works, Terribly Slashed During Quarrel.

John Arrested After Hot Pursuit. AMERICAN NEGROES IN CONSPIRACY Propose to Sei.e Haiti and Republic on Nev. Lilies. YALE MAN PRESIDENT 'rr 11; Ti New Man. Mi A v.

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matt -n -o Iop" -it JOHN H. COSTELLO SHOT AFTER FAMILY TROUBLE I Again ed With Dometic Scs.iij Wife Surrrr. Arrtt t-. a i Ki ti. fstv Jon- I'd- a ji i i 1 i A'-r 7- l' a lur.

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Marcum Assassinated as He Chicaoo A. Hanna, who reached Chicaco thinks that there is the Democrats will nominate Crnver Cleveland for a term "I see much significance in the talk of our Democratic friends about Cieve- land," said Senator "Prhap they will turn to him again a3 a a.Jr trusting that his lurk haa not deserter! him. At anj- rate, there evitlen.iy somethiftjf vry much like an Lit- nt'on to nominate Mr. Cleveland onre more. As for tho P.cpublican, tt.

will n-v-e- There Is no do't about It. My I name has bt-en mentioA-1. yes; only by a foolish friend." Capitalists, labor leaders and I of t-ortal cndttiOM held a ro. for the purpvae of forming a Chifato of the National Civic Federation. nh.i.-U Trr.rlr tr.r r- in l.t.

.1 ,.4 iahor. snld It won to uch our.g a hi. harers that th" federation must lock for support. Amon In my ex.rienoc 40 ytars, 1 have never in on- in- 1 slari found that, whfm 1 have a proH'hed or rtcelved those in my emplov I in the pro-er -pirit nnd tho proper way th-v have failed to be ready to m-t C'ont tnuerl 00 ecnd Third (oljiim. TO THE GiZETTI.I John Northwang was arrested aftr an sxcitm by officers and is heK1 ln the Clays.iiie lo-kup.

but wlil hro' t0 ilV at i this place, tomorrow, The vlitlm ls an 1 at his boarding houso at s- vlile, with but littlo hop for his ree- Th two Northwards hae charge of the erection of thi Mttshurgh iron works, which wa. started at several weeks So. They to tht piictf ironi t-I'. John North wans, nho was overseeinsr the construction of a certain portion of the building, did not have- the dons i properly, according to is who r-nroacned ruin, and the brothers nr sl 1 i to have iaa words. Almost without i warning, it Is said.

John drew a knife from his pocket and started on a run at brother. There wer r.o workmen i hi the immeditf victrity at tho time, and b'fore hA i be-n cut ll mde no I defend himseif, the ir.furuit.-d man I a cut fci I l-'a- workmen finally to ih ploc-. ir'j l'rot (T' wh. taiin to me gro.inn. was house r.oa.rby Drs.

t.racraf drr)'-d to srd were an1 KaY aid. It W33 founU tviat Nm-thwans hd been cut 1 on th arms, faoe. h-ad. back nd He tlmt to de-th bf for gr- rival of th physicians. Nrs of the.

cutting spread very q-ih klv th-roush the hltlo towi and crowns of "P'C gathered. In the exc temevt i hb li-ii, 1 down the Baltimore Ohio tracks toward Wheeling. Tho fugitive's wife Mrs Trii rr.l, a ifr.rn,.t, 1 1 V. a i offlors of the borousrh started suit of the fie'-ing mn. He was r.

-o 1 fi i i h- saw his he took to the hi' is and mate a de.vpcrtto attempt to He was ha'ttd by the officers, who threst- ened to shoot him if he did not atop sn4 Hi wu held roi.rr. To day was tho pi irthday of John rd h. iKpn-r in iclobrnt'oa JHIc- is iuI. years of -so and May IarMS third presidert-dl a likelihood that I I Stood Talking in Entrance to Court House at Jackson. Kentucky.

One of Those DrnimfRliI Scrnnt DRIVEN OUT OF MINISTRY AND PULPIT The Rev. Alfred Nicholson Resigns from East End Presbyterian Church. BLAMES HIS PEOPLE;, out rf th cV rrir.stry by the Ka-i rip i-sro-atkw th Hcv. U't rcfiinl fr mat rasforale yrrter.lay. It: th sal rM 1 iPA whi- 1." 1 ha-J hric-n an! 1 ll-nk fr.r r.iMt- than a vr-ar a4.d icj tv iai inc that he ha' to th Ills e-, i ..1 ..1:1 i it'i th- ntoi 'ri; 1:.4.

in -t Tr- rrofcibly 1 m-ViC Dm, h'cv to au on i'i'i .1 1. 1 I4 t. d- that It i.l t-' Mr. Ni-ho! on I i i r.1c'l: i'ASToK ST A rt.MrNi. "Thert- l-i -f f- tr -r tim-.

It l.nit a ti f-r't tut'i: nir- aid i. -v. A'if 'f bit fro.n thr ant for ir. tirnn 'id I did r-r-- to rot.ltnuo ut d-r i j. I

I t-c-i. i--1- i ti the t- cf ive 1 r'e'ved the hndd the Kj it' i'-li-l hur-h or. "1 he rf? i the chor-h rf rr-x any f.rlbr tha 1. to r-'ifctition bd ur b- act--; te.l Th 1'H'I Ki ctv. f-f r.

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''d 4 t. it t- th- i i'd Shit ha pr.ffr-f 1 1. t. ts -it. t-l tl tt o-i tv pret nr.

t-r. trsirv t. wif i r-or tl e--. tf-t ti le h- h. I -f, VTRe te vtf! ve-aj r---r-f rouf ht ta e-tt to a aril ha 1 to tV the DAUGHTER IS POFtN tPV) aaaa, Wl -ia iu L.OUiC'U us rr.

ua 7 Crown rn-f-f pvt. i-j rr i Tjpu! her I. i-h se tb t'itr t.f hr A r. -i-t I oftt-t-i. win a i t-v, 4.

if r- rv-i ci t. Ji-ie'j t.a ftT i'-a 1 i i I IINI 0 El GETS TONS OF APPEALS Begging Letters by the Van Load Awaited Steel I Kiive; in London. i HE SEES NO CALLERS! CURTIS BROWrJ. Cixt t- rut r.i.rTti.' London, May 4. C'arnCK as rnt in a happy run of tr.i".d ivh.r.ji a ti bam I.T.don.

act l.y Mr. Cam- toda ing visit tel ha.l cvii.rtlv been fcr hi-1 th American to the piaro. or: icji cc cam aamlitatite vrc id Mr. Can.ot:! 1 hilrt n.a.-.y r. ri rr-w a'l 1 cf avd r-ml eti.t wer? rrovlVst I t.he forlorn In which a ai-j -nt i-l n.Uht 1 Tbt tTT--e4 Mr.

but for he -imj ly -VcbnJ anyone. it the pr-m-- of hi was ti. r. ip-r of b-'Ckins: th ind alfi-ly ben art 1 th to th An.ri'ir. Mr.

faiii-i. wan ci.ornii'y of th mail The LotvJon pooi. had -mpl a fecial vlith, for tuo pir i.i Mr. i rrrive l. hviy tv.

bote', a'l of r- -1 r. la In i Tt Is t. it il.ii on i cf ff n--i! lor chaiity have. the ham th th-r anl ot.e large room rts i to tl'e of th-i rr.s.l Mr. fr-m trip.

o.e tak ai n-vi tt th l'trs and o-dertd tt. 11 s-nt ij Stkil-o C't'. ai ex'ra f-rc of wid be tnk- 1 to r-f-'i tb i-tfrs. an tho j.TBfr.i f'r at tk'l-o i- to the t.i-k. Mrs.

rnr of 'he f-tvn re. I hr bulbil o-n- n'i colters. ThfV to Skibo ts-i-v. NQ CARNEGIE LIBRARY: DIFFERED ABOUT SITE A Mav 4 ci'y this aft-rroou ros-dt -1-1 Hdor-ied in Arrll. an from At: Irew for a library council not i r-'i-i s'c.

aid ii." rlu.i! --irtt. pt "'t a prav difficulty. TTTT TfiWATDP HFI.Ti FOR HEAVY RANSOM Kl. M-iv 4 r. 1.

a multi-rr t.Lr-. Ivi.s cf k.d:-3d by -f i wh. "col! i.r Mil i som S.v"' which he ref-jya. ts il'tsry bA. Vi ord --e-.

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Pooteor 'i i.d:-.t i.s row t-n1- tv: Tf-I at t' iri.l. 1 -x-! 'av trie" I .1.1 t. 1 hori ii iti Al4.fl I j. 7f ll Ky, a Csr HS Jar-i P. I r.

trcj-'- rf I c- c-f tc i.r. 1 nj fr-tns a 1 tv. rt" rf -b: 1 ac 1 i 1 t- I i'h; a ir-. rf T- 'n 1 it-i I Of i -I r- A prominent citizen is ARltULD FOR BLACKMAIL':" ISprCIAL Tn.EGBA.5f Washington, May 4. Claysvilla Is excited tonight as a result of a cut- tisg affray which, occurred there this afternoon.

The principals in the affray are orothers. Wiiharn and John Northwang, formerly of Pittsburgh, supertn tend ents of the South Titts- burgh Iron Company, which is erect irg a large plant at ClaysviHe. Wil Ham Northwang was almost cut to pieces by his brother, it is aileged, who was angered by reproaches. EIGHT PERSONS HURT IN A TROLLEY WRECK IN BEAVER VALLEY Car Plunged Down Step Hill 1 With a Theater Party from Rochester. ispr, -tit.

to Tbb GTII Rochester, May 4. A streetcar accident occurred near here tocijrnt on the Beaver valiey iraction com- nany's line. A car loaded with people who belonged to a theater party uouuu tor frtiis piuxiu umv hiil at a terrific pace, while the motor- man was powerless to stop the car. i Fit-ht ncrsoTiS were in hired, as fol- jiows: CONVCCTOR CHARLES MJIXEK, Beaver Falls, right arm broken and bead baaiy i cuf; unconscious: recovers doubtful; Beaver county hoapttat. MdrIK.H4 Ktiir ti lu.

Drius'i about body and bead. Ml1 XAXSEY Bivr. bruised. SUELKV KAsO. K-r.

eUSt briSea AR1HIK 5IITM.H. beavi-r. artery cut ia WILLIAM LAXOIS. Beaver, cut hy trken piass. MISS MARY" BVTLEK.

broken MIS.S M'CLOKY, r--a broken pia-s. Arthur. Jlitsch and Willfsm L-i- cut cut war recpwca trom tu wrt.Kas. from Rochester nurried to tne soarrii-. I ot tr.

orupar.y, F.ayii.'d I say no rciLB-jo Do fivea fr i uiil-s it v.ot rils, ca -ied by. a. fcrckca waur laaia. 1 inrp ar.d tn Ternf.el Prcp'e. tn t.

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