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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 25 April 1889

iV (1 k Si - . 7- N The DisrATcn has a U IvLft1 Special Courier with the Oklahoma Boom- ' ers. He will enter the New m aBB Canaan with them to-day, U 1 1 M A and will graphically tarnish llUIlIri all readers with events as they occur. irOKTY-rOUHTH YEAIL in hois m. Thousands of Desperate Boomers Who Were Crowded Out of Oklahoma Will RAID THE CHEROKEE STRIP. The Indians "Will Protest Against This Move on ' Their Territory. PIGHTS OYER TOWN SITES. Disgusted Settlers Are Loud in Their Attacks Upon Govern ment Officials. FfiAUD IN FILING LAND CLAIMS. The Country Was Filled With Alleged United States .Marshals in Advance of the Opening flour. 3IDCH OF THE SOIL KEAELT USELESS The evacuation of Oklahoma has begun. There are thousands who were unable to find suitable homes. These have left in disgust. Many are preparing to invade the Cherokee strip, and some have already done so. This will cause trouble with the Indians. The denunciations of the Government offi cials are loud and bitter. 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. — 25 April 1889

Tim y m . j ?j i r J.-; Vi 2' JTHE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, THURSDAY; APRIL- 25, 1889. .- i.A favor of the grounds taken, by Attorneys Cohen, Ferguson, and possibly by Major A. T. Brown, all of whom were consulted by the committee, and who have since been studying up points of law in their defense. However, the court may simply take the papers to-day and fix a time for argument. Major Brown said yesterday that to get the matter belore the Supreme Court some action was of course necessary in the lower courts. It will depend upon what occurs there. He replied to reporters questions that he had heard it was the intention to take Brewer Darlington's case with the bottlers and others up to the Supreme Court eventually. Ar to the merits of the cases the attorney courteously declined to give an opinion for publication now. He had not completed his examination of the points raised and of course he would have to submit them to clients first. Lawyeis generally are divided on the possibility of the...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 25 April 1889

&? ff :w ' ; v THE PITTSBUEGv DISPATCH,1 THURSDAY, APKLL 25, J889. ?P HOME ANDTHE STATE Constitute the Twin Topics of Most Interest Discussed by THE CONVENTION OP EEFORMERS. Immigrants, the Oath, Political Morals, and Marriage Bandied. "WIIil SUKDAT MAILS AND TBAINS STOP? . "When the conference of the Rational Be form Association was resumed yesterday morning there were 300 to 400 delegates in attendance, and there was fervent prayer at the outset for the recovery of Eev. Dr. Jona than Edwards, of Headville, whose serious illness was announced. The opening address hy Rev. James Mor row, D. D., on "Ihe Nation's Responsi bility for Her Immigrant Population," deprecated the general proneness of the people to regard immigrants as a curse in the line of pauperism. They brought and created wealth among us. Particularly mean and dishonorable was it for America to treat Chinese immigrants as she did, in view of the belter treatment our people re ceive over there, and in view of the indu...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 25 April 1889

&? , g&'r - V W rf '" 9jt B$pfiij. ESTABLISHED FEBRUARY 8, 1848. Vol. ,Ko, 77. Entered it Pittsburg Postofflce. Xovember 14, 1887, as second-class matter. Business Office 97 and 99 Fifth Avenue. News Booms and Publishing House 75, 77 and 70 Diamond Street Average circulation of the dally edition of The Dispatch for six months ending April 1, 1SS9, 27,986 Copies per Issue. Average circulation of the Sunday edition of The Dispatch for March, 1SS9, 46,423 Copies per Issue. TERMS OF TBS DISPATCH. POSTAGE VBEE IN THE LMIJilD STATES. DAILT DISPATCH One Year t 8 00 Dailt DibPATCH, Per Quarter , 2 00 Daily Dispatch, One Month 70 Daily Dispatch, Including Sunday, one year 10 00 Daily Dispatch, including Sunday, per quarter 2 SO Daily Dispatch, Including Sunday, one month so Spxday Dispatch, one year. 2 50 Weekly Dispatch, one year 125 The Daily Dispatch is delivered by carriers at 35 cents per week, orl-icludlugthefcundayediUon, at 20 cents per week. POSTAGE All persons who mall the ...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 25 April 1889

wu Tk' SWf t,vrws r -'-AGg&rtz: .-- --- v-n asST i j ri w.fww ff w.- ,'jffiwwafc ,, ' ' i5v"-. . ' .?"w"WJflws.-'wir x THE PITTSBURG- DISPATCH, THURSDAY, APEIL -25, 1889. .5 j r X Va MAEINGAHAKDFIGHT The Orphan School Syndicate Strag gling for Becognition. 'ANOTHER YICTORY FOE THE P. E. E. r vThe Senate to Concur in the Street Bail way Bill. COMPANY. BTOKES ARE BTILL LEGAL TFEOM X BTXTT COBBESPOirDEXT.l Haeeisbttko, -April 24. This afternoon the Appropriations Committee of the Senate had a boat with the hill providing an ap propriation (or the maintenance of the sol diers' orphan in accordance with the pro visions of the bill prepared by the G. A. R. commission. Several persons appeared before the com mittee in opposition to the Kauffman amend ment, which particularly specifies that no portion of the money shall be paid for the support of the orphans In any of the so. called syndicate schools at McAllisterville, Chester Springs, Mount Joy and Mercer. A strong effort is being mad...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 25 April 1889

TF , z5Fy-Zs E-JJv jtiV -. 9ir ' z f-5 r Tf T. st - 'V THE PITTSBURG- DISPATCH, THURSDAY, APRIL 25, 1889. THE STARTALL RIGHT Our Home Talent Down Anson As an Opener. TIMELY HITTING DID IT. Four of the Chicago Club Players Released Yesterday. THE LEAGUE'S INAUGURAL GAMES. Borne Interesting Horse Eaces at the Memphis Meeting. GENERAL SPORTING NEWS OF THE DAI As an opener lor the championship season of this.year we hadn't much to complain about yesterday. As of yore, Adrian Anson, despite his recent achievements in various parts of the globe, was placed on a back seat. The home talent was not as perlect as a piece of machinery, but they made an impression just at the right time. Those local patrons ot the national game whose minds are now again consoled by dreams of a Pittsburg pennant club may probably see some great playing this year by the home gentlemen. Yesterday's work indicated that something of a much better quality will be displayed. If fault could be found with anything it wa...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 25 April 1889

- -. . THE PITTSBURG' DISPATCH, THURSDAY, APRIL '25, 1889. v '! ' I MEAT ON THE HOOP. f Features of Live Stock Markets at vl - East Liberty Tarils. TOO LIBERAL SUPPLY OF CATTLE - And Sheep, Drovers "Will be Satisfied "to Come Out Even. 'HOGS IS IttiHT SUPPLY AND DEMAHD Office of Vittsbxjeo Dispatch, Wednesday. April 24, 1SS9.J Receipts of cattle this week have been larger than for months past. On Monday 80 cars were received andl51oads have been added since. The extra ran had a depressing influence on markets and prices are off from 15 to 25c as compared with last week. The following In substance was the Tiew of an old-time Liberty stockman concerning this week's cattle markets: Prices of heavy cattle suffered most In the decline because of unfavor able news from New York concerning this grade. The best selling stock were good butcher cattle ranging from 1,100 to 1,300 pounds. The supplies this week were well divided In accordance with the wants of trade. There were few heavy cat tl...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 25 April 1889

.? :$ ' I- T " v d 8 A LOTUS SENSATION. The Club Adjunct of J. W. Euhlandt's Saloon Getting Heady to BUILD A BICB $15,000 CLUBHOUSE. Forced Oat by Judge White's Prejudice Against Social Bodies, THE! WILL PEOCEED TO GO IT ALOSE "While the members of the Lotus Club will reTel in the enjoyment of their annual reception to-night at Odd Fellows' Hall, they will enjoy it the more for knowing that a business meeting will be held at the clnb rooms to-morrow which will be of the ut most importance, because it means nothing less than icmoral from their present quar ters, J. "W. Euhlandt's saloon. This question has been in the minds of the club members for some time, and the scheme was greatly encouraged by the fact that Judge White considered the club an objection to granting Euhlandt his lioense. Billy has been the idol of all members of the Lotus Club, and they were greatly grieved that he had to suffer any criticism on their account. The scheme was at once brought to a tan gible form, but ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 26 April 1889

rW ? " -A AN EXTRAORDINARY The Dispatch of Sunday next will be made up of TWENTY PAGES. t Many new features will be introduced, and all thenews of the world- presented in attractive form. Everybody is reading The Dispatch. FORTY-rOtfllTH YEAS. m SID BOOM All of the Romance is Being . ' Speedily Knocked Out of Life In Oklahoma. NOTHING TO EAT OR DRINK. Tired Crowds Are Leaving on Every Train, but Many Others Are COMING IK TO FILL THE1E PLACES. Guthrie SUU Continues to Be the Center of Business Activity Arrangements Arc Being; Blade to Organize a Municipal Government The Railroads Are Utterly Unable to Deliver Freight Considerable Suffering Is the Result The Military Will Protect the Cherokee Strip From Invasion Practical Prohibition Has Been the Rule in the Territory Thus Far. A number of the eager boomers who CnteredJ)klahoma are now j tut as eager in getting out of it. Fresh recruits ore con stantly coming in, however. Provisions are scarce and the water supply continues to be exce...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 26 April 1889

--A ". r -2-a (ffir-j ERTOicT? APKHJ 26f" 1889? r J" ' THE 'PITTSBURG DISPATGH, ? nrrVV jrtf -. rv-jt s-j-tr r La Is i I & ILL WILL WAIT For the Return of Judge White Erom the Seashore. IT WAS THE RESOLUTION & Of Jndse Magee in the Matter of Liquor License Kehearings. TAX EXOHEBATIMS APPLIED FOE By the Saloon Keepers and Wholesalers Who Did Not Succeed. HEETIKGS OP BEAKCHES IESTEEDAT Three different attempts were made by the liquor dealers yesterday to get beyond Judge White. Only one met with any de gree ol Euccess, ana vxe grain oi cumiun m that instance w as so small as to cause scarce ly a smile. Xet It may grow and eventu ally result in some rehearings. The first attempt was in the morning. A. H. Clarke, Esq., made it. He appeared be fore Judge Magee and asked a rehearing to be granted to Thomas Gamble, a wholesale dealer on Ferry street, but His Honor de cisively declared that he would not act on any such question until the return of Judge White, and the only alternati...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 26 April 1889

j!X. ' " . -v rfeTf. JK' " 'JWJ - -" vw Wr TT. 1 V-spyw-jwA. THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, . . , H'I.H T A -- - VJfJKJLUA.1, APRIL 26,' '1889. V . 3-' :ww IbrlfflSAS BUZZSAW. Dr. Geo. P. Hajs Makes Sawdust Fly in a Warm Prohibition Speech SAT A GATHERING OP REFORMERS. &' jHe Thinks Judge White Has the Qualities to Slake a Good Sawyer. i ' ABBITRATION IS A KEHEDI FOE TTAE The first paper read before the National Hteforni Association yesterday morning was i entitled: "The Komish Assault on the "' Common Schools." Be v. D. McFall took this subject, and made an attack on the Catholic Church and its rulers, and claimed that they were the only enemies the public school system had. Key. S. L. Baldwin. Secretary of the M. E. Missionary Society of New York, spoke on the "Chinese Question." He said there should he no Chinese question, no Irish question, no German, but only American questions. The only reason why we haTe this Chinese question is that other classes of immigrants want to run this ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 26 April 1889

-$, A THE PlTTSBTJRGr -DISPATCH MUDAT, 'WBIL ' 26, 889. ZZi& A i r t Mt Bippf4 .ESTABLISHED FEBRUARY 8. ISM. Vol.41, So. 78. Entered at PJttsburg Postofflce, November It, 18S7, as Eccond-class matter. Business Office 97 and 99 Fifth Avenue. News Booms and Publishing' House 75, 77 and 79 Diamond Street. Average circulation of the dally edition of The Dispatch for six months ending' April 1, 1SS9, 27,986 Copies per Issue. Averneo circulation of the Sqnday edition of The Dispatch for March, 1SS9, 46,423 Copies per Issue. TERMS OF THE DISPATCH. POSTAGE FBEE IK THE trXTTED STATES. Daily Dispatch. One Year 8 00 . DAn,T Dispatch, Per Quarter 2 00 Daily Dispatch, One Month 70 Daily Dispatch, Including Sunday, one year .7. 10 00 Dacy Dispatch, Including Sunday, per quarter. !M Daily Dispatch, including Sunday, one month so Eunday Dispatch, oneyear 50 Wekely Dispatch, oneyear. 1 25 The Daily Dispatch is delivered by carriers at J5 rents per week, orlncludlngtheSundayeditlon. at 20 cents p...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 26 April 1889

$WTffrP EfB&SJSsB "T. THE PITSBTJKG DISPATCH, NEELDAY, APKLir-26; 1889. 4 P f752S3B- aE 4 bs t& jwn& SrV F-c IT GOYEREDWITH GLORY i; Chairman Andrews Scores a Victory After a Debate in Which wftHE- IS AS SILENT AS DSUAL. v ine f uolic school Appropriation increased Half a Million. iTHAT 5EW YORK TKIP WILL BE TAKEN Xbe CmJe Crossing Bill Killed in the Senate br Totof23tol7. (FBOMA STATr COBEESPOXDEKT.l Habbisbdeg, April 25. State Chair man Andrews covered himself 'with clory to-day by having the appropriation for the public schools increased from the amonnt fixed in the general appropriation bill, 1,500,000, to 2,000,000 per year. The House was practically unanimous for the increase, notwithstanding which there was a spirited debate, listened to attentively by the State Chairman, "who didn't participate. The principal opposition to the increase came from Chairman Dearden, of the Ap propriations Committee, who, while per sonally in favor of the increase, endeavored to show...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 26 April 1889

S!TiliSCLOSEEIiOUGH The Home Team Has Another Struggle With. Anson. CHICAGO AGAIN BEATEN. The Midgefi Base Running Gains the Winning Iiun. KEW YORK DEFEATS BOSTON. Other Eicitinjr League and American is- i sociation Oames. B&LDWIN MAKES A REPLY TO ANSON 4 The principle that underlies the advice fiiat the historic Quaker gave to his son was bt jautifully seen in yesterday's ball game at Jf creation Park between the home aggre gation and Anson's youths. The old sarje i -eferred to said to his son when the latter s as ahout to face the chilly and hustling world for himself: "My son, get money. Get it honestly if thou can; bnt get it." In baseball runs count more effectively than anything else. How they are made does not affect the result as far as victory is concerned, and the local representatives took the full benefit of this condition yes terday. "While "Captain Adrian and his well-tutored team were thumping the ball all round to score a tally, the home players were dodging acro...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 26 April 1889

Vl& t nW- ;- . ' v ' ' "THE PITTSBUJKer " PlBirAXUil, MtlLUA.X, j9JfUL " 2Cy JLeBW , , jwffiUy jy '"' -ir-' - jr1 i, - I- t - ' 1 1 i ' i- 1 1 S3II7I II A I . VH N (II ft JUAJiiUiliS J5I YU&ri. MINI,! A Jltlr IjPj UP P. balances, 8h749.4S2 MoneyK Per cent. Stock Exchange. 67 Fourth avenue: 1 I .i I i fFull Eeturns of the Week's Transac j tions at Liberty Yards. : HEAVY EECEIPTS OP CATTLE f jBronght Sluggish Markets and a Seduction of Prices. SHEEP AND HOGS DKIFTING DOWN Office of Pittsburg Dispatch, 1 " ' THURSDAY, April 25, 18S9. J With returns all in, it appears that re lceipts of cattle for local trade are well up to S00 head more than, last -week. The run this -week is the largest since the middle of January, when 2,218 were reported. The heavy run thlsweek upset all calculations of dealers, and markets were badly demoralized. Prices vrere off all along the line. Good smooth butcher stock, vreighlne 1.100 to 1.300 pounds, suffered least from the depression. Thin stackers...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 26 April 1889

WHO CUTTHE PRICES? Is the Question That is How Worry ing the Cote Operators. A WILD TALE OP LOVE XKD DEATH. One Local Option Place That Has no Honey to Pay for "Water. ILL THE HEWS FEOM KEAEBI TOTOB rSPECLU, TXLXG&UC TO TEX BXSFATCH.1 CONjfELLSVTLLE, April 25. The Courier coke review to-morrow will say: The coke trade made a gallant effort to brace up last 'week. Cutting of prices-ceased in the face of a more liberal demand, and there is a de cided increase in productions and ship ments. It would not be safe, however, to legard this as a permanent advancement. (The situation does not hold out such hopes. The iron trade shows no signs of im provement. True, its prices remain firm, but it is already so low that lurnacemen cannot go any lower without incurring actual loss in manufacturing. This butch ering of the price of pig iron has no doubt had some effect in reducing the price of coke, though this could have been avoided bad the operators worked together in har mony. As noted a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 27 April 1889

i I i V "-F2dR. , Transient Advertisements, . au - , INCLUDING WANTS, TO LETS, FOR SALES, ETJ., FOR TO-MORROW'S ISSUE Should be handed in at the main 'advertising office of The Dispatch, Fifth avenue, up to midnight. PORTY-FOTJRTH TEAE. FOUR EMPTY CHAIRS In Pittsburg's Councils to be Filled by Special Elections to Comply With JUDGE WHITE'S ORDER Debarring Saloon Keepers From Leg islating for the Municipality. POPULAR POLITICIANS KNOCKED OUT Three Conneilmcn Bare Resigned and Another Will Do So They Need Their Licenses and Accept Judge White's Con ditions Ther "Will Not Attempt to Evade the Order by Running for Re-Election Wholesalers Who Were Refused Lleenso Say the Court Erred Petitions for He hearings Filed Retailers Follow Suit A Veteran Displays Ills Indignation Pnhlicly Foreign Brewers Will Con. tlnne Business InFittsbnrg Judge White Telegraphed For. Judge White's decision that no licenses would be issued to Councilmen has resulted already in three resignations, with a fourth p...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 27 April 1889

2 ISTEL WARRIIG. Chances of Settling the Milk Handling Conflict MORE REMOTE THAN EVER. A Lively Conference Yesterday With out Any Pleasing Results. I MATTERS KO BETTER EITHER WAT. J "A Flopper Turns Up at a Meeting of the Shippers' Union, K- AND HElS SOON FIRED FROM THE ROOM The milk men had a pay old time yester day .at Imperial Hall, Kew Grant street, but whether there is any hope for early peace as between the dealers and shippers, is bard to say. The meeting this time was made up of producers (shippers) and dealers. Both parties stood their ground well, and hot shot was fired from both sides. The conference had been sought by the dealers, who invited the shippers members of the Producers' Union as well as inde pendent shippers to meet them, and, if possible, arrange agreeable terms for all parties, shake hands and make peace. Sir. Peter Hermes, President of the Milk Dealers' Union, acted as Chairman. Cohere were over 100 people present After the President had opened the meeting,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 27 April 1889

jCJW rjsk v v v " V3, v-ia& . - a- '. v - 'V THE PITTSBJIRGr : DISPATCH, " SATURDAY, . APHID, y. 27 - 1889.v '7,'l f T JS-Diiptoy adcerttiement on doBar jwr ' tguare Jar one insertion. Classified aaveriae- menu on ViU -page tueh at Wanted, For dale, .J3b Zet,Heten cents per line for eaehinter t tion.-and none taken far lest than flftv eentx. THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH BBA2TCH OFFICES. , For the accommodation of the Jiublio, Branch Offices have been established at the following places, -where Want, For Sale, To Let, and Other transient advertisements "will Ibe received up to 9 P. M. for inser taon next morning: Advertisements are to be prepaid except 'where ..dverttsers already have account With THE DIS PATCH. riTTSBUKG. JS 'THOMAS MCCAKFKKY, 35u8 BnUer street 4T.MII, G. smJCKET, ath street and Penn are. E. G. STCCKEY 4 CO.. Wylle aTe. and Fulton at. H. STOKELY, Fifth ATenue Market House. EAST 1KB. J. V WALLACE, 613 Penn avenue. OjkKXAXD. MCALLlSTEKSHElBLER,5thav.Alwoodlt BOUTBSIDE. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 27 April 1889

S-1 I' for & Tn-Mnrrnw'B DiBpatcfi TVTLL CONTACT ; Twenty PegGB. SHIRLEY DARE, author of the "Ugly Girl Papers," will begin a series of articles on Beauty and Health la this issue. DON'T JITSS TO-MORROWS MAMMOTH NUMBER. NEXT SUNDAY The Dispatch will be gin the publication of a powerful -story from the pen of SIDNEY LTJBKA, author of the "Yoke of Tborab," "Mrs. Peixada," "As ItfWas Written," etc. Read the opening chapters. (jt Mpx ESTABLISHED FEBRUARY 8, IMS. Vol.44, No. 79. Entered at Pittsburg Postofflce, November 14, 1SS7, as tecond-class matter. Business Office 97 and S9 Fifth Avenue. News Rooms and Publishing House 75, 77 and 79 Diamond Street. Average circulation of the dally edition of The Dispatch for six months ending April 1.18S9. 27,986 Copies per Issue. Average circulation of the Sunday edition sf The Dispatch for March. 1SS9, 46,423 Copies per Issue. TERMS OF THE DISPATCH. POSTAGE rBEE IS Till UNITED STATES. Daily DisrATCH. One Year S 00 Datlt DisrATcn, Per Quarter Z...

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