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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 28 April 1889

T!1 JT :r J 1 ,- f ij - r r cp & T A. GOOD CHARACTER j The LiTing Impress of the Almighty's Image Upon Mankind BY WHICH GOD REVEALS HIMSELF. A Mental and Spiritual Quality That is Easily Becognized. 'THE CHRISTIAN RELIGION'S MISSION tmuxrrx toe the Disr.wcH.1 "So God created man in His own image: in the imge of God created He him." And so there is something divine in man. Man, made in body in the image of the ani mals, is in mind and sonl an image of the Omniscient and Omnipotent God. It is a revelation -of the dignitj and nobility of man. Here is the ground of all aspiration and tope for man. It is a pledge of progress. It is the best encouragement of all efforts to better the condition of men; to uplift, civil ize, culture and Christianize men. To this being, fashioned thus in likeness to the most bigh God, what shall be impossible? Here is one, say of him what yon will weak, miserable, the slave of his lower nature, lar, far removed from "original righteous ness," almost more...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 28 April 1889

R-J& , " THE In?TSB"DllG DISPATCH, SUNDAY, APBIL 28, 1889. f, ' "' ""' f "' "mI . 1 iUU I L IVAiNriyL- HRHHHH18ta Wm I' THIS BEATJTIFTJL SUBURB IfcT O "W" IE1 O JR S A. L E ' ' ., S ; I IVAUHOE. J .'; ::".::.J ?? && et B. 'PTTTSBTJKa- AlsTD IiAEE BEIB R A TT CROAJD. 15 LUsTTJTBS KIIDIE FBOM SHSITBCFIELX) STREET ERmQBf A. M:AG-NTiriCENT CHANCE TO OBTAIN A. HOME. ." , UNEXAMPLED INDUCEMENTS, UNRIVALED ADVANTAGES, UNAPPROACHED FACILITIES, together with the convenience, only IB minutes ride out, will make . Ivanhoe the best place for investing money in Allegheny County, : : OXER; IE,IOES ABEI HOOIC BOTTOM BEAXITZFTTIj BUELiDENTG- LOTS, 50, 100, $150, 200 BACH. FIEST. PA."Y1MHNT, 50o, 1, 1-50, 2. No Interest. No Taxes.. 00 GIVEN AWAY TO BUILDERS. OUR W.A.ir OIF BTJILIDIIsra- A. TO"W3T: ' Station Built. Board Sidewalks Laid. Streets Graded. Shade Trees Planted. 50 Lots Given' to Builders And a Yearly Pass Given to all Residents, and all Absolutely Free of Cost. s ' s .fli 'i'V...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 28 April 1889

:TTW5F '' Pv 4 - 'i v v:'3:-h j i ,? ov v- - 1 ;--THE ' EETTSBOBQ' DISPATCH, STMDAT, 15j JW1, i- .' , . 4 LEAGUE OF PATBIOTS. UPflnl TlArnnipdfi Gives an interesting jp History of the Organization, IMKGIKG FOK LOST PROVINCES. 'The Past, Present and Future of Boulanger and Boulangism. WflY ALL PEAXCE IDOLIZES HIM JCOEEESrOXDEXCX OF THE DISPATCH. Pabis, April 19. The Iieagne of Patriots was founded for the purpose of vindicating the national honor of France. There are hours in the life of a people when apathy and snpmeness may justly be regarded as criminal. On all sides France is menaced by the subservient tools of Bismarck, while at home high functionaries cringe before the "Man of Blood and Iron." A citizen who can gaze with indifference on such sycophants, or view with unconcern the dismemberment of his country, is little bet- ter than a traitor. The 1eague may be said to be the out come of a patriotic movement on a pnblic j.1 occasion. The story of its foundation is both curious ...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 28 April 1889

VIXi.p STH ; ,pz EK. " V a -i' fe . 16' fPAEIS IS THE 1AST. fc'Life in the Gay Metropolis During the Merry Monarchy, OYER OKE HMDI1ED TEARS AGO. E Swells, Belles, Actors and Actresses of the Last Century. I PEOMfiKADES, PfilSOSS A5D PILLOEY rCOKBiSTONDESCE OT THE DISPJLTCH.1 P AKIS , April 18. We are in the centennial year of Trench, lib erty, and the greatest Ex position the world has ever known has beepTar ransed to cel ebrate t"h e importan t events which the revolu tion brought about Well, how do yon JPage to Mane Antoinette. suppose Paris looted 100 years ago? Thanks to the Monde Jlltistre, which this week has printed a lot of pictures on the subject, I ant able to answer the question, in a rambling sort of a way, it is true, but which aay not be without interest to readers of The Dispatch. Then, as now, the Pont-Ueuf was the heart of the capital, the center of movement and circulation, of the flow and ebb not only of inhabitants but of foreigners who came to Paris. A few steps...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 28 April 1889

-'rV N "p? Vf &F HI' r THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH. - THIRD PART. i PAGES 17 TO 20. . CUBAN BULL FIGHT. Lillian Spencer Draws' Two Pen Pict ures of the Savage Sport. THE HAVAKESK EASILY PLEASED. Old, Decrepit Bulls Turned Into the Arena to Be Slaughtered. A TEI BLACK OUTLOOK POE CDBA rOOEKESFOXDIKCSOrTHZ V1ETXTCB.1 HAVANA, April 10. There is nothing perhaps more indicative of the national char acter of a race than its amuse ments. In Cuba the favorite forma of diversion are gambling, masque balls and bull fights. Every Sunday during the .season the last mentioned performance takes place. If yon have never seen a bull .fight, you naturally desire to do so. Ton "have been told that it is in its decline after a career of centuries, but this does not mat ter. Von have in your mind a vast amphi theater of circular seats crowded with tier on tier of human faces. Tour fancy pic tures the gorgeous trappings and brilliant The Grand Entree. throng of the brave days of the Coliseum a Home presi...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 28 April 1889

""': AtSttr Vxvf&n fh-fj ' .t . 'ft l I 9 i 18 well-trained savage. It was she who indi cated to Clendenin that they must not be .encumbered by hags Xo. 1, 2Xo. 2 and No. 3, who were wondering, and even now plan ning flight. It was she who brought the withes with which these hags were tied to young maples, one hand behind each and one hand tree, with a convenient gonrd of water not far from each. It was she who led Clendenin to the creek, made him walk some hundred yards in it to lose his trail, and then to leave it bv the most careful de vice, that the trail might not be found. She discovered from him, he hardly knew how, where on the same creek Curwen's party were encamped, and by the time when they were all awake, not two hours from the time Clendenin had left them, she and he relieved 'the anxiety of his commander by appearing on the side of the creek to which they had not crossed. Prom this moment she was the guide, so absolutely needed, for the lost party. The condition, e...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 28 April 1889

U-Vfit WTPiL. ii.': t? - r .rsai Er'iV- ST'F m -' j ' E. r t U 1- V ijiBg, IPHE GOLDEN ISLAND, BX Eesest H. Heixbichs. rwEinsjr toe th disfatch.i OBEBT had fin ished his education at the old school in the Tillage, rhere his father and mother lived, and he was now of an age when a healthy and strong hoy vrith a true spirit of devel oping manhood and independence wants to learn a trade. Tbe village in which the boy's parents lived was but a small one, and outside of the tailor and the shoe maker there were no tradesmen living there. All the rest of the men, Robert's father among them, were farmers. Now, Kobert did not like the life of a farmer. It was too quiet and too much like slavery to him. Xbt that he despised a farmer, how ever. He was a good son and he loved his father dearly. But Eobert was of an enter prising, active disposition, and the unevent ful existence of a farmer did not suit his restless character. "When his school time was over, therefore, he resolved to learn a tra...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 28 April 1889

W- 't1" " r . ' -j THE PITTSBURG- DISPATCH, STOTBAT, APRIL 28, 1889. .20 J Ju. A TROPIGAL CRUISE. JJeverlj Cramp Continues His Voyage Among tlie West Indies. THE ISLAND OF ST. CHRISTOPHER. Sadden Changes From Day to Sight in the Tropic Zone. THE EARTHQUAKE AT GUADA10DPE rcOXSSSFOXDEXCE Or THE DISPATCH.! MAKTINIQTTE, "VTXST INDIES, March 28. There is not snch a thing as a wharf in all the West Indies. At most of the ports there is a good harbor and safe anchorage, but some of the islands have only open roadsteads "where ships could not stop 'were the sea sub ject to the same con ditions that prevail Banana Tree on the If orth Atlan tic But the -water is as smooth as a goose pond, except in the hurricane season, which lasts from August to October, and is at its leight at the time of the autnmn equinox. St Thomas, SL Christopher or St. Kitts, as the island is Jamiliarly called "for ehort," Uustatia, Xevis. Montserrat, and some others, are simply masses of volcanic lock, without springs...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 29 April 1889

A 5k , E- - Edition. , ";' '" - X f LL JAktAk ' - "'i ' Jl pST- On Wednesday moextxg nextTrasDis- g W k mj m li 1 1 I I 9 II wf I I fl I I I I tor a complete "VSj"' tha CentennIal -"'H S patch will issue a Washington IXAuauitAL QL B 1 1 M, ji .P B. ,M ssL T-B M. P lAJLlI ZILW MJ& LP CWWJssL Jl I At exercises In New v Mag the present - ,M K' Souvenir. Agents should send in their'or. g " T ' VJJ Jr VJ wWfcBoinrniB E t Wednesday 'J K - ders early. vEPJuLi-rrn - ' 'aH W- PORTY-POTJUTH TEAR i PITTSBURG, MONDAY, APRIL 29, 1889. ffiR 'H fm, I . . t . -rnn-n nmr TiTrnflTT TvommTm nTtn TIT I P 1 Tl 1 TKVV:- V TT AmTTr"nCI m ML sue. first Day of the Great Wash ington Inauguration Centennial. THE SIGNAL THIS MORNING Fired in Twenty-One Eonnds From the Cannons of EineYar Snips. - IT MEMS LIBEETY LIVES And That Her Principles Are Daily More Firmly Grounded and Highly Eevered. AIL ARRANGEMENTS COMPLETED. DraggleS Decorations Eeplaced ly Bright 5ew Ones, and Only Fair Weather Keeled to Hake A ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 29 April 1889

rp Ai' '- 91 'sj. , ' V I 'STEWS MAD The Nevada Senator, Dis psted With Harrison, PBAYSFOB A STBOKG HAN. He Says the Land Office is Rotten, hut the President Won't Act. CORRUPT OFFICIALS TO BE SUED. Congressman Ford Thinks the Republican Party is Disrupted. &ANGSTON WILL SPEAK IN CHICAGO That there is a lively fight on in the Re publican party can no longer be concealed, and the exceeding great carefulness of the President in making appointments has be come so tantalizing to the professional poli ticians that a quality -which, under or dinary circumstances is a -virtue, ceases to be one. Senator W. M. Stewart, of Nevada, was on the limited last night going home, and a more disgusted individual could hardly be found in the entire country. He had been pouring out the vials of his wrath to Con gressman Ford, a Michigan Democrat, and John M. Langston, the colored orator of Virginia, on the way to Pittsburg, and it didn't take the reporters long to get him started. He said: "I am dis...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 29 April 1889

J mm .?t i tj S'Tt -V4 ,ty 1 THE PITTSBURG- DISPATCH, MONDAY,- APRIL '29, 1889i !Sf prSOBEElDfflDEDBESS EnInteresting Sermon by Eer. L. S. Osborne, of Chicago. EfSKED TKDTHS ABOUT DIGNITY. fije;is the Pastor Who Thought Poor People, Also, Had Souls. PET. JONES TEARS LICENSES TO PIECES Key. It. S. Osborne, of Chicago, pastor of .Trinity Episcopal Church, the wealthiest ,.,.f congregation in Chicago, preached last ' 4 evening in Calvary Church. East End. Mr. - Osborne has resigned his pastorate in Chi cago, owing to a dispute as to how the church was to be conducted. The wealthy pork-stickers, who contributed hundreds of c' dollars annually to the church, thought their pastor had no business trying to save common souls by inviting them into the elegantly upholstered pews of the church. Mr. Osborne thought a poor man had as much right to spiritual comfort as the rich man, and worked among the former. The latter thought he was too plebeian for them, and some talk led to the pastor's res...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 29 April 1889

R "- (TV. -K.'S .;- 'V , , Ur3 c . - 7 - , - t-S v " 3r Wlje Bippicl. ESTABLISHED FEBRUARY 8, 1848. Vol. 44, 1.0. SI. Entered it Pittsburg Postofflce, JCovember 14, 183T, as second-class matter. Business Office 97 and 80 Fifth Avenue. News Booms and Publishing: House 75, 77 and 79 Diamond Street. Average circulation of the daily edition of The Dispatch for six months ending April 1.1SS9. 27,986 Copies per issue. Average circnlntion of the Sunday edition of The Dispatch for March, 1SS9, 46,423 Copies per Issue. TERMS OF THE DISPATCH. POSTAGE FREE EC THE L.MIU) STATES. DAILY DI6PATCB. One Year I 8 00 Daily DisrATCH, Per Quarter 2 00 Datlt Disfatch, One Month. 70 DaILT DisrATCH, including fcundsy, one year. 10 00 Daily Dispatch, Including bunday, per quarter. 2 GO Datlt Dispatch, Including Sunday, one month 90 Bcndat DisrATCH, oneyear. I SO W'XEEXT DISPATCH, one year. 1 25 The Daily Dispatch Is delivered by carriers at IScents per week, orincludlngthcSundayeditlon. at 20 cents per -wee...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 29 April 1889

fW - - . ' , W THE PITTSBimG DISPATCH, MONDAY, APKLT, 29, 1889. 5 '3 --. . . s -i : . : -f " -IL The Wort AlreadT Done bV the State Dr. Walk's medical examiners' bill, after BT.x'riiVL.Th. Alaska JEWELERS, MSmjSmMS MlMlUMl U, OUuMlDMU, W .The Work Already Done bj the State Legislators This Session 'BEATS THEIR PBEDECKSSORS. Some Yery Important legislation is Btill rending-. THE GESEEAL STEEET EAILWAT BILL In Conference Committee, WTxIcIi is Eliminatlnj the Maree Features. The State Legislature has got throueh with a great deal of work so far this session. The legislators have refrained from over much speech making, and have got right down to business. As a result the work of this session is much farther advanced than at the same period of the last session. There are yet a number of bills pending, but all the more important ones will be passed upon before the Legislature adjourns. ITEOSt A. STATr CORBESrONDEXT. J Habbisbubg, April 28. The business of the Legislature is much more adva...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 29 April 1889

6 2H!P-i '- ' " -. ..J3tf,. " TSFS f -- i 1: rj4 -'--, ?v v THE PITTSBUEG DISPATCH, MONDAY, APEIL '29,: 1889. "' JBASEBALL MATTERS, LTIie. Glevelands ArriTe to Tackle the Local Clnk A TALK WITH TOM LOFTUS. f"A iKm Scheme to Train the Extra Home Players. tf lEOWE AND WHITE BOB TJP" AGAIN. BEnmors That They Will bo Here This Week. St JOHN ACCEPTS TEEMEB'S TKRHS Manager Tom Loftus and bis aggregation (f .League babies arrived in the city last evening from Indianapolis. -They will, weather permitting, tackle the home play ers to-day at Recreation Pirk, and if the home talent can prevent it, Cleveland -will receive a very small share of the glory. The Cleveland team, however, does not come here entirelv devoid of prestige. Whatever '"there may be in store for it this season, the- 'players have so far held their own against the Hoosiers, and expect to do considerably better before the summer comes to an end. The Clerelands are in charge of a really ge nial gentleman Tom Lottos. He alwaTS ...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 29 April 1889

f 33B ?2FSS1 fl-F-Sib.-s.." X WFTV ' VTB & r h v i ,, -vf5-' .7 :vv n V ' V THE PITTSBTFBG- DISPATCH, MONDAY, APKlE 29, 1889. snr IKOW FIK3T He Pennycomequicks Written for THE DISPATCH by S. BARING GOULD, KSutbof or,MnlTAI,AH,,,"COT7BTEOTAI.,""JOHir HEEBnro," "The Gavebocks'Etc ALL SIGHTS SYNOPSIS OF PRECEDING CHAPTERS. m cMBhnttnm and her son. Cmt&ln Pennv- fcomequick. re unable to live In the style tlicy J-wlsh on their Income or -MOO, and speculate on jfthe -probable Jortune they mar receive on the "death or Mrs sldebottom's half-brother. Jere nniah l'ennvcomequlct. The latter la In love 1th Phis niece, iconic Cusworth, who lives with him. Jeremiah 1'enni. comeqnlcV, while traltinc at "mldnlftnt, Is overtaken by a flood Irom a bnrsted - reservoir, lie and another man. who Is half clad, seek: refuse In a hut, and Jeremiah wrats Ills coat around his companion. After the flood subsides a body It lonnd which Is Identified by the card case in the coat pocket as that or Jeremia...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 29 April 1889

",ftB? Sev' r-i" 12 -.iatp-k-; i ' fa.. - E""$'i scf?y 5- ' '!F"y -1- '.- .-.-? , f T .A. J$ tr I ;8f kL HATIOSil SEEBOH. P Dr. Talmajje Discourses on the Future of the American Nation. GUARDED BY CHARIOTS OF FIRE. ''Sational Sooriety and a National Ee a lirion lear at Hand. i GEN. WASHINGTON A SECULAE JOSHUA rEFxexAX TXLXGBAX TO THS msrATcn.i Bboobxyit, April 28. At the Tabernacle to-day, the Bev. T. DeWittTalmage, D. D., preached a sermon appropriate to the coin ing Centennial. The vast congregation sang the hymn beginning: Before Jehovah's awful throne. Ye nations, bow with sacred joy. Dr. Talmage's text was II Kirnrs vi. 17: "And the Lord opened the eyes of theyoung man; and he saw: and, behold, the mountain was full of horses and chariots of fire round about Elisha." Be said: As it cost England many regiments and $2, 000.000a year to keep safely a troublesome captive at St. Helena, so the king of Syria sends ont a whole army to capture one minister ot religion perhaps 60,000 me...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 30 April 1889

w taH Js it .Another Souvenir $ i On Wednesday mokkiko nert IV4 JPATCH will issue a WASHINGTON SBsbp Souvenir. Agents should send ders early. lX)RTY-rOUIlTH "TEAR - i Ethe Chief Feature of the Wash ington Inauguration CentenniaK MEW YORK IS MAGNIFICENT pn Her Eadiance, Appearing . as a Bride Awaiting -' Her LoYer. -? 'HESTK HAY'S EXERCISES T i Lf"' ' Successfully Conducted According to Programme, but on a Grander Scale. ti I'BECEPIION OP THE PEESIDENT, 'T Jy fJHli, an Attempt to Have His Landing' Y , -Eesemble That of Washington, One Hnndrei Tears Aco. kr- k DETAILED HIBTOEI OP THE DAI COMIXG EFENTS. ( Tuesday. 9 A. M. Thanksgiving Scr-rices To essay, 10 A. 91.. ..Commemorative Ex- erciscs. Tuesday, 10 A. M.... Military Pnrnde Start. Tuesday, Noon Parade in Fall Swine. Tuesday, 6:36 P. M.. Centennial Banquet. Tuesday, 8 P. 01...... Illumination. I Wednesday, 10 A. M.Civic Parade. ,The first day of the three days' Centen nial celebration of the inauguration of Washington as the first...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 30 April 1889

SWWS2 9f " .CV "4", ' 'rm-rK.Sflf' PJTTSBTJEG- asif-rv-uB-a mymiswM . UXLEl-T KL Ml'Y Wll . i.OS ".taj.'j.w-uv: W? -V- .,JS.g -. K MYELE GEORGE r Pittslmrg "Will EeviYe the ITemory of "Washington TOHTHE OTHER CITIES. .The 100th Aimiversay of His Inau- juration to be Observed III TRULT PATRIOTIC FASHION. MParades, Mass Meetings and a Magnificent Pyrotechnic Display, WILL BE SOME OP THE CHIEF FEATURES The General Committee on the Washing- - ton Inauguration Centennial Celebration held its final meeting last night. The de tails for the celebration were completed, after -which the committee adjourned, sine die. The settlement of affairs, after the cel bration, trill be lett to the various sub-com- h. mittees. The Reception Committee will meet at 830 this morning at the Mononga- p,hela House, 'where they will meet the ora tors of the day and the invited guests. They will lake them to the First Presbyterian Church, where special services will be held, thence back to the hotel, where dinne...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 30 April 1889

w .vrx&rr' vspf THEJp'ICTSBinRG: ftDISPAfrCH, WgBSpT.BILlS 5Yiar-. .TUV' ,i'- "Ti-'"' jtiBMJwr J, -Trf" w"1? , ''? : v v "! -2sae: -."..,."'- a tiHt ;?faeLocal Tree Primers With Poles m APno1i TT H Pnreimmnns. IVJ"' """" Ul W. Viw Mk Bill the plums fall this week? candidates for the Surojor and Collector- ships Named. fp5TlASTEB,MAESHAL AND DIST. ATTI Some active Republicans of this city are !said to be getting almost as restive as Sena tor Stewart, who was quoted yesterdav. because of the long time taken y the Gov ernment authorities to remove Democratic officials. Tbey argue with Old Hickory NFthat "To the victors belong the spoils," and they think it full time the same were dis tributed. The feeling is thus outlined by a veteran. "The talk is that the principal offices will be filled this week. The best plnm in ,4rthii district is the office of Surveyor-of the Port The applicants are Captain John ,F. Dravo, who was removed to make way for Mr. Barr; "William M. Y-ogleson, conf...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 30 April 1889

FS X V $ ??j -? '8M TjviiuiTS PSHf THB PITTSBURG DISPATCH,'- JTTJESDXT, iiwcarF30f7iwf. FFitfS; 3K.,n,. & 7 f I- t 9M. 1STABLISHED FEBRUARY 8. 188. Vol. 44, No. St Entered it Pittsburg Postomce, November It, 1837, as second-class matter. Business Office 97 and 69 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 3.1SS9, 27,986 Copies per Issue. Average circulation of the Sunday edition of The Dispatch for March, 1SS9, 46,423 Coplts per Issue. TERMS OF THE DISPATCH. POSTAGE THEE IS THS V2SITXD STATES. DAU.T Dispatch. One Year....... 00 DAH.T Dispatch, Per Quarter ,. SCO Daily Dispatch. One Month Daily Dispatch, Including bunday, one year ...... 10 00 Daily Dispatch, Including Sunday, per quarter. 2 M Daily Dispatch, Including bunday, -one month .". 90 EUKDAY Dispatch, onejear .. 50 Weekly Dispatch, one year 1 3 The Daily Dispatch li delivered by carriers at IS cents per ...

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