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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 30 April 1889

9) 1 S i.! 1 T -A V J.. - j 1 - - - U" LfiBr tSsr a. i IQEIf ICAL PEOSPECT. Me Probable Besnlts of Mr, Magee's Victory in Lancaster. trouble FOE THE QUAY CLAUS. HTTe "Prohibition Election is the Cause of Some Anxiety. R&XDIDATES FOE TEE SPEAKERSHIP 1FROM A ETAFT COMtlSPOSBElT. HAEEiSBtrBG, April 29. Thepronounced itriumDb of the Magee forces in Lancaster jtconnty has set political tongnes to wagging, Sand has given many yuay men a chill. The labsence of Senator Delamater and Chairman Andrews when the news came just as the legislative excursionists were preparing to start for Xew York, disposed tome to keep quiet who could say a great many things that would make interesting reading. There is no doubt whatever that a square issue was made between Quay and Magee, and that on that issue and that alone the battle was lost and won. Quay men freely said it was the Bearer man against the Pittsburg man, and before the primary election ballots were cast the Magee men were making no brags....

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 30 April 1889

-- tVA JKP,'!!OagtJar 3W "1V-. M OMATCPy TTqjBKMag ' - " - a 1 HiHE BABIES BEAT US, is jEitclier Bakely Bothers the f local Team Sluggers. "tMBJ CHILLY CONTEST. 1' me Old Fault of Weak Hitting Loses the Game. IBOSTOH DEFEATS THE PHILLIES. Captain Anson's Home Bun Knocta Ont the Hoosiers. TKIEEESTIKG GOSSIP ABOUT BASEBALL . l- i There was precious little enthusiasm in le national game at Recreation Park yes erday afternoon. Beside the wretchedly m& weather, those youngsters from Cleve land, known as the League babies, were in Ithe park and trimmed the home talent op. ae result, of course, was not expected by Ithe admirers of the local champions; in Ideed, dreams or imaginings of a pulverized lot of youngsters contributed largely toward Bkeeoing many from the game. There was a 'surprise, however, both to the few people who were there and the home players. Oh! but it was miserably cold and disagree able. Overcoats, borrowed ana otherwise, that had been stored away to do business in...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 30 April 1889

yi . ( ff- lo rri'-& ' -ts JEGISL1T0ESINLINE. r Pennsylvania is Well Represented by -wi.. JHer Statesmen, Who Are iCELEBRATIKG IN GKEAT STILE. If r. hTllTelr Journey From the Quaker City tn the Metropolis. &. fGOYERKOR BEATfiB AND HIS BETINUE ?. Je the Recipients cf Distlnrnished Attention at the Celebration. 'iThere is no difficulty in securing a quorum of the Pennsylvania Legislature, when it meets in .New York. The members fare" nearly all there, and are enjoying them selves to the fullest extent Together with Governor Beaver and his staff, they have occupied a prominent position in the cele fbration. The ladies are also present in full force. rsrxcux. tzlxoiulm to tbx dispatch. 2EYT Yoke, April 29. Nearly a quorum of the Legislature of Pennsylvania slept at the Bingham House, Philadelphia, Sunday night.iv'Tnis morning considerably more than a quorum sat down to breakfast at the same hotel at 6 o'clock,and then hastened to the Broad street station. At 6:40 a. m., when the...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 30 April 1889

T?Tri?5 fcy'tK? " ;.- " - ' . "w- ure prr:tr.Rv m,l .' J...i.wi 5i!nm.mj-) i iw .' miwwwjmiJJ m i Minn uma i. i .. n i . , , j i. i mp i .j . -yjp1 uMgwaa WW-U Jt-".' - m gww: wv-: s&wr mmfmw ----.- r r ". p?' R, ' HSHE WAS ABDUCTED H!W '1 a By Actors, left in an Asylum, anct Had a Strange Experience. P BEFORE- BECOMING AK HEIRESS. k. A Birthmark and EesemWance May Pay j Julia Mitchell $80,000. YAEIOUSITEMS OP IKTEBEST IN CODBTS The contest over the estate of Thomas -Sheehan, of Sharpsburg, was taken np in 'Orphans Court, before Judge Hawkins, yesterday. The case was opened by placing Ann Sheehan, -widow of the deceased, on the stand. She first testified that her hus band died in 18S7, and his estate was Talced at between $60,000 and $80,000. She was . left a widow and married Sheehan in 1S52. She had a daughter to Thomas Sheehan in 1855; this child was remoTed and given into the care ot Mr. Sheehan's brother, who lived at Saltsburg. This family was named Gibbons. The Gibbons fa...

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

V' UlI'LV i 'li ftk lAUCO 1 L . '- . , x .v rt rT, IO- W- X pi r o - 0 n o 2 O a 2 ni PI U) tn ro w Jk- cn 9i JUETF &EAB, "B ilASfl NX- wd Strikes New Blockading streets, - FACE TRAVEL arrenders to the ien andxWom'eiii lENTEMIiE BEACHED li of tho ETent Looked Forward to by stbam for Many M.onths Even the feather Joins in to Slake It a Success ialf a Million Stranger Within the Into A Milltarr Parade of 53,000 Irn Nearly a million People See the ihow Commemorative Exerclsei at St. Vwl's and the Sob-Treasury The Ban let and Toasts by Famous SIcn Close le Day. ust such another day as yesterday New .rfc will scarcely -witness for years to me. The city was taken possession of by a army of 50,000 soldiers, regulars and home guards," and a mammoth parade t the largest if not the chief feature of the One Hundreth, Anniversary of the Inaugu ration of George "Washington as the first Preaaent'of the United States. Certain it U that more talk resulted over the military than any other item o...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 1 May 1889

MIGHT ;s Many! nunfortmi Without HisIicense. ..;eci) i W&VLNSBJfh -J itljer f SING HOUB Bt Drove Dozens of Law-AMding t Hen Out of (Business. TOP A HOTEL Simple Bestau-Quit EETDEN OEEEHEAE 4ng band of Time pushed through events and things e .cyrJosure of the refused men-aJbout-town iras the City the curflew bell ranc ont a. deep- tincdoosfi. -Much deDrives them. a'jxnrerftw. atjency of the right to in.liquor to aperspns of even temperate labitsr - ,--J SWhtheTlMtHTck of brilliancy from ihejgilded "jointfcithlglistening bewilder ment of theibig mirroJs, the cordial how-de-do'of the mixer, and the last cannibal sand wich&a'dlisappeared, it was realized that a newera',had?"aawned upon Pittsburg, and atithe'GoTernor of North Carolina might welLbave revised lis famous remark, so as to have .said to the guzzler .of Pittsburg: 'It's along -walk netween drinks." STudge"White'8 rulings, coupled with the fact,-that George "Washington was in augurated a century ago, caused the saloons ...

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

KKMsswKKKsSsWsKKaWKsWBKKSsWKtKs tfff -MK -Pg .- .. '. -;F"y . , v T- TTF , - ' - -"' . ,-. . ... v t ,- - , j - ;, --. . -- .v K. v? .... ' THE PITTSBURG DESPATCH,' . "WEDNESDAY; MAX 1,. 1889.. '. . .-;; to 3' a." ' : " DMK D HIS DEATH. JwbWiiaeranth, a Former Well- . iKnown Coal Merchant, Dies, mam HIMSELF HIGH OK A TREE HMT the Bad Surprise, Half Expected and v,v Lowr Breaded. Came. ajfs "ifk. TTITH HIS AGGRIEVED WIDOW f4 The strongest kind of temperance sermon to given the people living on Nunnery Hill Allegheny, yesterday a former -well-to-dOitusiness men of the Northside, who hid almost reached his three score and ten, after' losing all his property and business, septrated from his wife in Ms old age on account of drink, and then ended his exist ence by hanging himself to the topmost branch of an oak tree, within the shadows of nassive granite shafts and monuments in a cemetery. It is Seldom that a picture iss5 vividly portrayed by example. Alout 930 o'clock yesterday morning s...

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

m W-i Sj? -'f-,- Jzr ( El 8 Irabl K.AK- 1SB.DH hC Wf Ife $M. ESTABLISHED FEBRUARY 8, ISM. Vol. , No. SI Entered at Pittsburg Postofllce. November 14, 1SS7, as second-class matter. Business Office 97 and 09 Fifth Avenue. News Booms and Publishing' House 75, 77 and 79 DiamondStreet. Averngo circulation of tbe dally edition of The Dispatch for six months ending April 1.1SS9. 27,986 Copies per Issue. ATernce circulation of tUe Sunday edition of Tbe Dispatch for Marcb. 1SS9, 46,423 Copies per Issue. TERMS OF THE DISPATCH. POSTAGE YBXX DT THE UK1TJLD STATES. DAILT Dispatch. One Year I 8 00 Dailt Dispatch Per Quarter ZW Daily Dispatch One Month o Daily. Disfatcii, Including Sunday, one year MOO DillT Dispatch, Including Sunday, per quarter DAXX.T Dispatch; including Sunday, one month .................... ......... so Eukdat Dispatch, one year. 5 50 Weekly Dispatch, one year. 1 S The Daily Dispatch la delivered by carriers at IScents per week, orlncludlngthe&undayedltlon, at SO centt pe...

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

-wsu V THE PITTSBJJKG DISPATCH, WEDNESDAY, 'MAT' ' 1, 1889: 5; J IX m : . ; . $43) LOADS OF ML nd to the Picnic the Pennsyl vania legislature is Tam? In. i EY TEACH KEW YORK A LESSON the Manner in Which to Enjoy a Holi day at the State's Expense. HE! SING THEIR LITTLE CHORUSES id Came Eren President Harrison to Gate la Amaxe- xnent it Ihcm. From their reserved seats opposite the Fifth Avenue Hotel in New York yester Ifly the members of the Pennsylvania Leg itlature gave an exhibition of the clown work they have been so assiduously rehears ing the present session. Their concerted spelling of the name of their State and their manner of informing their favorites tha. they are all right, brought forth thun ders of applause from the crowds. irSOH A STAFF COBBESFOXSKXT.l .Kew Xoek, April 30. The Pennsylva nia legislature sat to-day on the observa tion itand opposite the Fifth Avenue Hotel. The Connecticut Legislature sat beside them, in the shadow of the big but tawdry and flimsv arch tha...

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

; -f K :S2 -V fr- i y L" 6 - . THE PITTSBUKG- DISPATCH. WEDNESDAY, MAT 1, 1889. . I ... I ,- ..., 1 " .11 - .1-1 I. , , I, , . Aa IT WASACORKEB. Pete Conway Knocks the Ball Ont of the Lot. A.HOMEBMTEATCOUNTED The Home Talent Spanks the Babies Twice in One Day. THE PHILLIES BEAT THE BOSTOKS. Games Among the County League and Association Clubs. BASEBALL KEWS FBOH ALL POIKTS There rere more than 5,000 people at Recreation Park yesterday afternoon who forcot all abont that historic gentleman, George Washington, and the demonstration in honor of his triumphs. Pete Conway teas the hero of the HccreatioSi Park crowd and lor a time his glory obscured all that cbuld possibly surround the head of a Wash ington, an Alexander or a Napoleon. Pete knocked the ball clean ont of the lot and , the probability is it is not found yet. Never since Mr. Sullivan, of Chicago fame, per formed a same feat at the opening game last year has a home run been made, and the rarity, combined with the fact that it ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 1 May 1889

....HPVVrlflHMIIIHRffilHMHHHS r?; ssvr SU5" M V tW ' THE PITTSBURG- DISPATCH, w- " -- i - - - . ' ' Wih WITJISDOM felow Plentifully at the Cen tennial Inauguration Banquet FEAST OF ELOQUENCE AstWell as of Various Substantiate For the Inner Man. THE TOASTS AND EESPOKSES THERETO. Governor BUI Welcomes Hundreds of Fnra oat Men as Gurus of the State and City of Sew York A Ions List ol Rotables and tbe Sentiments to Which They Responded A President and Two Ex-Presidents Among: the Number Governors. Senators and Other PnbUc Men to Fill In the Chinks. The closing number on the programme of tbe Centennial celebration of the inaugura tion of General Washington as the first President of the United States was a mag nificent banquet of 808 covers. Many men ot national reputation and importance were present, and responded to the toasts to which they were assigned. ISrXCIAX. TELEGKAU TO TBI DISrATCB.1 Kett York, April 30. If Monday night beheld the greatest ball of the century, the banquet to-nig...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 1 May 1889

JPm f - . - o . - -l -. i - - " ,'- - ' l? k: i - . . J'm -m .. r L Pi 8 Hk i HOME HOMAGE. Several Impressive Incidents of the Day's Doings, EXCLUDING A GOOD PARADE s in tne East End, Tboutfi tbe One Down Town Was Small. SPLENDID JUBILEE OP JUVENILES, 3 "With Glowfng Speeches, Both in Allegheny Parks and at Silver Lake. FINE FIREWORKS AM) DECORATIONS Pittsburg always honors her distinguished Visitors. To the memory and fame of one of them she yesterday paid a tribute. In this instance, however, the personage had been something more than a mere visitor to "the forks at the head of the Ohio." The name of George "Washington is so inter Troren with the early history of Pittsburg and Western Pennsylvania that many peo ple love to speak of him as one oi the found ers of the city. The appropriateness of yesterday's celebrations in Allegheny county were therefore felt by every gray haired sire every mite of a school girl. The tribute came from the hearts of the people. It was hearty, bnt no...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 1 May 1889

4 - 11 THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH - i I SECOND PfiRT. ae i ' it's' t --, m v .- tfeAJS SU . t 1789 WASHINGTON 1889 Complete History of the Great Event New Yorkers Are Joyously Celebrating. THEMUGURATION (WASHINGTON Ind the Scenes, That -Marked the Foundation of the Grand National Republic. flOF THE OOATOEtfTAL CONGRESS DIED, And Patriots Struggled to Preserve the Constitution and Porm a Pree Government. LEAVES PEOM THE LIPE His Hrst Inaugural, His Memorable Journey to the Ohio, His Death and His Ancestry. The fcrst inauguration of "Washington, performed on the balcony of old Federal Hall, April SO, 1780, marked the birth of onr National Republic Colonial and pro vincial America ceased to exist, and Na tional America began. The hope of sac cess lay apparently in one man, revered and beloved as no other man had been or ever will be, and upon the successful issue of the trust to which he was here solemnly devoted. 'What scene in history overtops or even equals the grandeur and significance...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 1 May 1889

1 nMmmmm&KmnnmmnFmBmK4A .-?- '-V 10 - Indian, and did not for a moment relax from a military attitude. "Washington's exact height was 6 feet 2 inches in his boots. He was then a little ame from striking his knee against a tree. His eve was so gray that it looked almost white, and he had a troubled look on his colorless face. He had a piece of woolen tied around his throat, and was quite hoarse. Perhaps the throat trouble irom which he finally died had its origin about then. "Washington's boots were enormous. They were Ko. 13. His ordinary walking shoes were 2fo. 11. His hands were large in proportion, and he could not buy a glove to fit him, and had to have his gloves made to order. His mouth was his strong feature, the lips being always tightly com pressed. That day they were compressed so tightly as to be painful to look at. "At that time he weighed 200 pounds, and there was no surplus flesh about him. He was tremendously muscled, and the tame of his great strength was everywh...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 1 May 1889

$ ' PITTSBTmQ- WEDNESDAY, MAT. 1, 1889. XL', ' " . THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, y i IN RETROSPECT. "What Has Happened Since Washington Presided. 1EYIEW OF GEEAT EVENTS, Made by the Speakers at the Big Pittsburg Mass Meeting, INTHE CENTRAL RLNK1AST NIGHT. An Attendance of Close Upon 4,000 Ladies and Gentlemen. DESCRIPTION OP THE HALL DECORATION If all the small pictures of George "Wash ington pinned to the pillars of Grand Cen tral Sink last night had been taken down and spread together they -would not have formed a square big enough to cover the immense crayon portrait of the Father of his Country on the rear wall of the halL It was a: striking decoration for the back of the stage. A frame was made for the upper part of the portrait with evergreen, which tapered away at the bot tom, in the heavy folds of two large silk flags. Bed, white and blue streamers of bunting canopied the stage. Coils of tissue paper completely hid from view the unsightly iron beams and braces of the main ceiling....

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 1 May 1889

'SH? P 12 ' AN IMPOSING SCENE. The Memorial Services in the Old Church of St. Paul's, Where GEN. WASHINGTON TOOK THE OATH. Addresses by Bishop Potter, President Har rison and C. M. Depew. TTHITIIEE'S TRIBUTE IN EPIC TEKSE 2Tew Yokk. April 30. St Paul's Church, in Broadway, where "Washington attended on the morning of his inaugura tion, was to-day the scene of most impres sive services. Lone before 9 o'clock, the hour appointed for the special service of thanksgiving, the streets in the vicinity of the church were filled to overflowing with sightseers eager to gain a glimpse of the President and his party as they came to at tend the service and open the second day's observance of the Centennial celebration. St Pant's clock had just tolled the hour of 9 when the Presidental party made its ap pearance. The choir then sang Psalm 85,an anthem by G. A. JIcFarren, after which the first lesson, Xccles. zliv, was read. The Te Deum Laudamus in "E" flat for doable chorus, by Iw P. Stewart, fol...

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

js far IT'S A. SPLENDID MEDIUM. "YVAuVTS Of any kind can best be satisfied by advertisiCR in the columns of Tnn Dis. PATCH. FORTT-rOURTH TEAK. US A Of theWaUnd Beautiful Cen ' ' tennjal-Drap Ends in a Blaze fir Glory. . THE CENTURY'S CLIMAX Is Illustrated 1) the Brawn and Sinew f This 4 Highly NEW Y0BK-H1S A JAG Off. BedNoses Eyery where, Some Caused by the Sun, and Some Due to the Flowing Bowl. HAERISOff EEVIEWS THE PARADE, ind is Saluted by 3,500 Schoolboys, Who March With a Precision Which Shames the Teterans. MAGNIFICENT TABLEAUX OH FLOATS The Centennial is over. New Yorkers, who bare a reputation for being bustlers, are tired oat and sigh lor rest. The last Scene was the grandest, and has never been equaled in this or any other country, for it illustrated the Institutions of this great na tion, the acknowledged leader of the world. The civic parade was magnificent, the spectators were legion, and the reviewing stand was occupied by the giants of the nation. The story of the day...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 2 May 1889

A. H. Leslie, Esq., Offers Some Anti-ProMbitioa News, INYOLTIM IOTS OE CASH. tfew Legal Moves to Bring Bottlers and Wholesalers Up in Banc GOSSIP ON THE ABSORBING TOPIC Anti-Prohibitionists Meet and Look Toward Naturalization. VIEWS OP LEGAL UKLICEKSED SALES 'Squire A. H. Leslie, Secretary of the Ex ecutire Committee which is managing the Constitutional amendment campaign in Allegheny county, has returned home from a meeting of the State Central Committee at Philadelphia. He said to a reporter last night that, although there does exist an apathy among church people, he still be lieves that the public sentiment in Penn sylvania is for absolute prohibition, and that if this sentiment cau be crystalized the Constitutional amendment will be adopted on June 18. "The liquor men, though, are putting plenty of money in the fight against us," said Secretary Leslie. "About two weeks ago they levied an assessment all over the State for campaign purposes. In nb instance was the contribution to ...

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

fZf ,fr$ :rvvr "Wt- t'' ; : '& j ?i rv Tii y THE PITTSBURGH DISPATCH, THUESDAi, , MAX 2, 1889. a' &? 1 J- i .THE NEW MILK UBIOH. Local Dealers Strike a Combine With About 50 Shippers, PATIKG THEM 11 ASD 18 CENTS. TVhat Will Become of the Original Trust Farmers and Agent? A LONG LACTEAL WAR ABOUT ESDED The milk war is about OTer. The dealers are loud in their exclamations that they can jret all the milk they require, and if the union shippers don't Trent to accept the proposition which was offered them last week and again yesterday they are at lib erty to shio as much of the lacteal fluid to jilr Reed, of the Chartiers Company, as they have a mind to. That is about the sentiment which was repeatedly expressed at the meeting held at Imperial Hall yesterday afternoon. The meeting represpnted a conference of a joint committee of dealers, union shippers and non-union shippers, who had come together ibr the purpose of discussing the proposi tion of the Dealers' Union to accept 11 ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 2 May 1889

p I . ' V ?1 7 1 -..- THE PITTSBURG IDISPATCH, THURSDAY MAT 2, 3i" fc P Tje Bij ESTABLISHED FEBRUARY 8. 1848. Vol. 44, o. 84. Entered at Pittsbnrg rostofflce, "November 14, ISS7, as second-class matter. Business Office 97 and 99 Fifth Avenue. News Booms and Publishing House 75, 77 and 79 Diamond Street Ave rate circulation ef the daily edition of The Dispatch for six mootha ending April 1.1SS9. 27,986 Coplei per Isiuc. Average rlrcolatlon of the Sunday edition tTho DUpatch for March, 1SS9, 46,423 Copies per Issne. TERMS OF THE DISPATCH. POSTAGE rEEE IJT THE UJTITED STATES. DAJXTDlsrATCH One Year 8 00 Daily Dispatch, Per Quarter SCO Daily Dispatch, One Month 70 Daily dispatch, including Sunday, one year 10 00 Daily DiSPATcn, including Sunday, per quarter - 50 Daily Dispatch, including Sunday, one i mouth SO BO day Dispatch, oneyear ISO Weekly Dispatch, oneyear. 1 SS The Daily Dispatch Is delivered by carrier at 5 cents per week, orlncludlngtheSundayeditlon, at 20 cents per wees:. PIT...

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