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

Em ?- w -cm . 'I s7M Ptt-lfotrji ' A RICH HARVEST IT'S A. WANTS Of any kind can best ba satisfled by adTerUete in the columns of Ths Dis patch. Will ba rfrd nv all who advertise In THE Dispatch. SPLENDID It reaches everv liyine ana Is read by everwmdv.. If you are In business let tbe " ublic know it through THEV iisfatch. V SOB.TY-YOTFRTB. YEATL SOMETHINGJO DROP A Mysterious Sunday Confer ence Between Quay, Dela mater and Andrews. IALL RUSH TO WASHINGTON.- Representative Lemon Talks Pertly of the License Court. SOME THINGS SEEM QUEER TO HIM. He Can't Understand Why Some Saloon Keepers Were so Sure They Were Golnc to Receive Licenses He Fears tbe Effect of the Court's Rulings on His Party in tbo Coming Election Senator Quny Laughs at (lie Idea, bnt Admits ibe Amendment Campaign Will Cat Down the Republican Majority in tlio State In the ISatlonal Chairman's Opinion tbe Term of the Pittsburg Postmaster Has About Ex piredThe Present Trip to Washington Expected to Bear Fruit In tbe .Appo...

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

F. A Chandelier Used as a Gib Let by a Woman WHOSE MIND WENT WEONG The Gas Fixture, Ceiling and Noose All Give Way Together. A SOEEI TEIN OP HALLUCINATION. Application Hade to Place the Lady in an Asylum With a Brother. SINGULAR SUICIDAL COINCIDENCES A desperate and evidently veil-planned suicide was attempted by a woman in Alle gheny yesterday morning, and to-day she will dwell Tinder the same roof with her brother, who is in the insane department of the Allegheny City Home. The case is a very peculiar one, as the woman showed no signs of insanity until at or after her at tempt to end her existence. Yesterday afternoon Sir. Robert Bowles, foreman at Bradley's Stove Foundry, called on Major Hunker, Secretary of the Alle gheny Poor Board, and asked that his wife be sent to Dixmont, or some insane asylum, at once. He was informed that Diimont was crowded, and that it wonld be im possible to send the woman to the Home until the proper certificate Is made out, which cannot be done until...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 6 May 1889

! .-,--K. - - -.-v ' . 4;.- .,--" - '- ,- . - ,ky-''H? vvn ,r - j ! -v ac . v - . iwr t " -ttrL " acr'. ts. .- v, - i '. - --,. -. ..- , v -- j'--- - i'ijts' 3tnmtMcxt: jr,t - t - . HE GALLS IT A SNAKE BeT.'&'F. Beazell, of Oakland, Preaches on SMras' Sensation. TREATING IT AS A SNAKE'S STING. How He'd Hare Hade the Brooks' $m Odious. Had He Been Judge. A KANSAS MAN ON THE COST OP DRINK Rev. B. F. Beazell, of the Oakland Methodist Church, last night preached, or rather lectured, on the late legislative issue, by which an impeachment of Judge "White was aimed and hinted at. His subject was announced as "The Latest Threat of the Great Rattlesnake." His views were very pointedly put, to say the least, and were in substance as follows: The threatened impeachment of Jndge "White is a Terr acceptable result of tbe late license question, to tlie temperance party. The prohibition party should be very glad of the menacing threat, as it enhances and empowers their just and humano movement...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 6 May 1889

I r KSTABLIBHED" FEBRUARY 8, 188. Vol, i. Ho. ES. Entered at 1'ltUbnrg Poctoffice, November 14, 1SS7, as second-class matter. Business Office 07 and GO Fifth Avenue. News Booms and Publishing House 75, 77 and 70 Diamond Street. Average net circulation of tbe daily edi tion of The Dispatch far sis months ending Slay 1, lSh9, 28,051 Copie r lima, ATcrnge net circulation of the Sunday edi tion of The Dispatch for April, 1SS9, 46,143 . Copies per Isaac. TERMS OF THE DISPATCH. POSTAOI TEEE tS TBI UNTTXD STATES. JlArtTDlsrATCB. One Year 1 00 Vaily ViErxTCU. Per Quarter 2 00 Dailt Dispatch. One Month. 70 Daily DISPATCH, including Sunday, one Tear ..., , 19 00 Dailt Dispatch, Including Sunday, per quarter. 2 SO Daily Dispatch, Including Bandar, one month , ...... 90 BCJTDAT Dispatch, one year.. 2 so Veeklt Dispatch, one year IS THE DAILT DISPATCH U delivered by carriers at IS cents per week, orlncludlngthebendayedition. at 20 cent per week. PITTSBURG, MONDAY, MAY 6. IS88. THE CHABGE OF BIG0...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 6 May 1889

r & THE PITTSBUKG DISPATCH, MONDAT, MAT 1839. 'vy I HOPEFUL ONCE MOEE. The Army of Office Seekers Confident of Soon Being Satisfied. SOMETHING MUST HAPPEN SOON, Despite the Fact That Harrison is Fright fully Slow and Has MADE TflEM VERT ANGRY AT HIM. Pennsylvania's CoaHant Waiting for Quay to Get QrqrHisSnlVs. Hope springs again in the breasts of the office seekers who are jetting so angry at President Harrison for his slowness in turn ing out Democratic officeholders. They think some important appointments are sure to be made this week, now that the Cen tennial jamboree, is over. Pennsylvanians are among the anxious ones, ErXCUI. TZLIGRAM TO TBS DISPATCH. J "Washington, May 5. Execrations on the President for the extraordinary slowness of his movements in the appointment of Re publicans to office have been lond and con tinned for the last 24 honrs, or since the close of the week with so more important appointments than his own brother and his lriend Alexander. But hope seems ta...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 6 May 1889

V-LWi" 'V -.,.. . M , -v " , k,' A l v., wr " ' SCW W:'Wi,i!' a-I'M W'--f-i? i. .v. i w THE "' PITTSBTTKGr DISPATCH, ' MONDAY, " . MAT 6, 1889.' A CAPITAL JOKER JJiat Causes Wicked Pool Players to Broadly Smile. JUNE DESCRIBES A DEVICE Which Generally Scoops the Boys Who Trifle With It. GOSSIP OF THE IYY CITY TRACK. A Local Prize Fight Yesterday Morning Between Light Weights. GEKEEAL BPOKTIXG SETTS OF THE DAT rSPXCXAX. TEX.XOIIAX TO TSZ DISPATCH.! TVASHnraiON, May 5. One of the in consistencies of Washington justice is the law passed about a year ago by Congress mating it unlawful to sell pools or make books on the races within the boundary line. In one of the rooms vacated a "bucket shop" has been substituted. Gambling in grain and stocks is participated in by "re spectable people," and it is considered legitimate business by law-makers. This "bunko shop," as it is generally called by all those who have "went up against it," is located in the Harris House within a block of "VTOlard...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 6 May 1889

BiV-J- t u - THE PITTSBTJKG DISPATCH, MONDAY, MAT 6, 1889. ,4Kl. tNOW FIKST The Pennycomequicks Written for THE DISPATOH by S. BARING GOULD, Author of ,Mehalah,""Coubt EoyajV'" Johx Herring," "The Gayebocks,"Eto STXOPSIS OF PRECEDING CHAPTERS. Mn. Sldebottom and her son. Captain Penny comequlck, are unable to live In the style they wish on tbelr income of 400, and speculate on the probable tortune they mar receive on the death of Mrs. Sldebottom's half-brother. Jere miah Peunvconiequlct. The latter Is In love -with his niece, Salome -Cnswortb, who lives with him. Jeremiah i'ennycomeqnlck, while waiting at mldnlgnt, is overtaken by a flood lrom a bsrstcd reservoir. He and another man, who it half clad, seek rehire In a hut, and Jeremiah wraps hit coat around hit companion. After the flood subsides a body Is tound which is Identified br the card case in the coat pocket as that of Jeremiah l'ennvcomeqnlefc. Philip Pennj-comeaulck It telegraphed for and arrives. A will Is found jnakingS...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 6 May 1889

THE PITTSBURG- DISPATCH, MONDAY, MAY 6, , 18681 ' " " , :; ,, . - . ,V ' 'V . 8 $ f AL1IAGE DENIES IT. He Does Uot Favor Miscegenation, and the Man Who Says He Did, IS EITHER A VILLAIN OR A FOOL. Other Dajs Lived Over is the Subject of His Discourse. BPEKD MOEE TIME IN BEJIIKISCEXCE IIEFXCIXL TXLXGSAX TO TUX BISrATCn.l Bbooexyn, May 5. At the Tabernacle to-dayjthe Iler. I. DeWitt Talmage, D. D preached a 'sermon on the subject, "Other Days Lived Over,"andmadereference to the falsehood that be had advocated miscegena tion ot the white and black races. The vast congregation sang the hymn beginning: Our God, oar help in aces past, Our Iiope for years to come. Dr. Talxnage's text was Deuteronomy viii., 2; "Thou shalt remember all the way which tie Iord thy God led thee." He said: Before entering on my subject I wish to say that some newspaper correspondents, referring to a recent sermon in which I welcomed for eign nationalities to this country, hare said that I advocated as a desirable...

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

W ,- S3" $v $ftt$Mm A IT'S Al SPLENDID MEDIUM. I Will bo reaped by all who advertise in The Dispatch. It reaches every borne and lis read by everybody. " It Of any kind can. best be satisfied by advertising la the columns of The Dis patch. HURVESTJE I you are in business let the !...K11 I nnwU fc.vwf.h Ttt ISTATCH. POETT-FOUUTH YlAIL PITTSBURG. TUESDAY, MAT 7, 189. Tgfil -EE CENTS PURE PERSONALITIES tThe. Basis for Mr. Shims5 Attack on the License Court. Says Judge liite. A COUNCILMAN -Happened to be a Political Friend of the Framer of ' ' the Impeachment Resolution. PARTY LEADERS KILL And Judge White and 3Ir, Shiras Furnish Eacy Interviews on the Subject. The Judge Sajs Mr. Shiras' Move Was Made Because Councilman Schad, of Allegheny, Vas Refused license He Threatens lo Publish Two Letters Sent Him by the Hon, Georce on the Subject In Eeply, Mr. Shiras Defies Him to Print the Letters, and Dares Him to Submit to a Private Presentation of at Least 50 Charges, Any of Which Ought to Im...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 7 May 1889

mwn 1- lJ s& ,V THE" PITTSBTJEGM DiSPi:T0HJ ' TUESDAY, MA.TT 7, 1889. &. 'I it--, W What Means 'tlie Early Shut Down Window Glass Plan, WHILE JEAMETTEBEGINS? A Great Secret Movement on the Part of the Manufacturers, ALL FEABIHG THE TANK SYSTEM. A TTindow- Glass Worker Says 15 or 20 Ifatires Are Out of Work, AND FOEEIGNEES TO THE0W 0DI MORE An important meeting of all the window glass manufacturers west of this city will be held May 23 at the Monongahela House for the purpose of taking action upon the con templated shut-down of a number of the factories before the agreed time, July 1. At the meeting an effort will be made tobetter the condition of trade, and, in self-defense, the members of the association will take some action upon the tank furnaces at Jean nette. The regular weekly meeting of the Pitts burg Manufacturers' Association was held yesterday afternoon at their headquarters on First avenue. These gatherings are held every week for the purpose of talking over the c...

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

isiai -wm 'ST75 VH& f ' A ':cyw .'' THE PITTSBURG- DISPATCH, TUESDAY, I MA 1889. '3h JIORAL SUASIONISTS Get a Eare Old .Baking at a Meeting 'in the Centenary Church. KID-GLOYED MEN AS MILLINERS When They Try to PreTent Burglary With Bibles Instead of Guns. THE PERSONAL LIBEETI IDEA A MITH At the Prohibition amendment meeting held in the Centenary Church on Kirk patrick street last night theBev. B. A. Hill D. D.. of the Seventh Presbyterian Church compared the prohibition move ment to' the anti-slavery question and spoke as follows: "Fifty years ago when "Wendell Phillips and his few friends assembled in a small ' room in Boston and promulgated the idea of abolishing slavery nobody ever thought that it would come to anything. Tbey certainly did not anticipate the success which did accrue from their efforts. 'With temperance it was just the same. A friend of mine not long ago showed me an old news paper with an article which stated that a con gregation abont to build a church paid...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 7 May 1889

tur. aw 'v &- VJ8" r 'ifj r- v .i 's yyasiv rA '.. y J " "1 THE PITTSBini(- 'DISPATGHf TUESDAY, ''"'MAY "-: -f88'9.- ! V Wl$ Siggtift. ESTABLISHED FEBRUARY 8, 1848. Vol. 44, Ho. 69. Entered at Flttsbnrg Postomce, November 14, 18S7, m second-class matter. Business Office 87 and 69 Fifth Avenue. News Rooms and Publishing' House 75, 77 and 79 Diamond Street. Average net circulation of the doily edi tion of The Dispatch for alx month ending May 1.1SS9, 28,051 Copies per tunc Average net circulation of the Sunday cdl lion of The Dispatch for April, 1SS9, 46,143 Capita per Issue. TZIU1S OF THE DISPATCH. FOSTAGE TKEE JS THE CKITTD STATES. Dam? Dispatch. One Year 800 . DailY DISPATCH, Per Quarter 3 CO Daiet Dispatch. One Month. TO Daily Dispatch, including Sunday, one year . 1 10 00 -Daily Dispatch, Including Sunday, per quarter. 2 SO Daily Dispatch, Including Sunday, one , month.' a......... : 00 firxDAT Dispatch, oneyear. 2 SO , M'eekly Dispatch, one year.. lis The Daily Dispatch is d...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 7 May 1889

'VA;1 tsfv- -THE- PITTSBTJHG DISPATCH,-- !PIIESDAL ', MAT 7, lVf3 PARIS PAINTED BED. Continued rom .First Page." doing a roaring trade wherever they could find room to place their wares. The rirer has been crowded throughout the day with pleasure boats, gay in hun dreds of tri-color streamers, and even the dinner hour, generally a potent factor to hasten Parisians on their way home, ap pear to-day to haTe no effect on their joy ous propensities. The vast Place de la Concorde is packed and gigantic prepara tions are being rushed forward to hold a ballot unprecedented magnitude thereto night or rather early to-morrow morning. The celebrations this evening will doubt less be the best part of the entire festivities. The whole city is ablaze with light and color, and crowds are afloat on the river, the whole ofthe Seine is dotted with craft of all descriptions, carrying myriads of lights and discharging fireworks con tinually. TSISIISa THE TOWS BED. The sky is as red as though the entire...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 7 May 1889

6 I IE BIG HITTING, Beckley Makes a Big Swipe at Hoosierdom. . DUNLAP CLEABS THE FENCE Umpire Lynch is Hooted and May be Called to Account. JIM! GALYIN ORDERED TO REST. A Ball Player Fined Heavily for Drinking Lager Beer. INTERESTIHG NEWS ABOUT THE CLUBS rsrrcni. thigux to tex sisrATCH.i IKTJIA2TAPOI.I8,' May 6. The third Pitts burg versus Indianapolis game was played to-day to about 1,000 spectators. Playing was uphill work, this being the first warm dav of the season and exceedingly hot. The opening was energetically contested by both teams and each scored two in the first inning. McGeachy and Denny, both in jured in Saturday's game, were oft, and Buckley was at third and Daily in right field. The batteries were: Conway and Car roll for the visitors, and Bhrere and Meyers for Indianapolis. Lynch umpired and received the usual snDply of hooting. Little Seery opened with a present of first from Conway, went to second on Glasscock's sacrifice hit to Dunlap and to third on a wild pitc...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 7 May 1889

w , .t - , 'V THE PETTSBUEG DISPATCH, TTXESDii, ' MAY T, ' 1889. ft ' LOCAL 1IYE STOCK Features of Trade for the Week at Herr's Island Yards. HEATI SUPPLIES, WEAK MARKETS i Grade of Cattle Below Average Haintained. -Prices Are HOGS AND SHEEP DELETING DOWN. " orncE or Pittsbubo Dispatch,! SIOXDAY. May 8, 18S9. f With s very heavy run of stock, markets have iailed to come up to general anticipa tions. The run was so light last week, and stock so quickly cleaned up that dealers looked for active markets this week. Their hopes have been blasted by heavy supplies. Not only was the run heavy, bnt quality was below the average of recent weeks. A leading butcher who procures his supplies from Herr's Mind, said, "the grade of cattle recelTed this week was poorer on an average than it has been for several months. A larce proportion of the supplies was of the low grade. The range of last week's prices were fairly maintained. Drovers reported that they had to pay more In Chicago this week than ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 7 May 1889

R3 THE IDEALS' FAUST. A Lanje Audience Greets the First Appearance at the Grand. 5RGIKG UNDER DIFFICULTIES. The Tenor Afflictei ly Troulles of Both Throat and Pocket. A REFUSAL TO APPEAR AT THE IAST The performance of Gounod's master rork, "Faust," by the Boston Ideal at the Grand Opera House last night tras excep tionally interesting. It interested an un usually large and choice Monday night louse until after 11:30 o'clock. It had been nade interesting in advance by being an nounced as Mile, de ussan's first and only assumption of Margherita in Pittsburg this season and as the debut on our boards of a new star tenor, the Chevalier Edward Scovel. The performance was opened by the an nouncement that this doughty knight of the high C's had so strained his throat on Sat urday evening in Cleveland that the in dulgence oi the audience must be craved on his behalf and it was exceedingly interest ing to watch the manful struggle between 'the tenor and his ticklish throat as the opera progr...

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

stf1 ffrWflffillD1" i IPSA t T . u.- " yrizfri- AV5i OTrvh4b ..? - ..jfhj.i s . . .:. KtH i.-j - - rs Vi V && ,. -. --;-; f. A ,t ' ' - V 7n i'-i A RICH HARVEST Will be reaned advertise in The Dispatch. It reaches ererr borne and is read by everybody. If you are in business let the Bublic loiowlt HSPATCH. FORTY-l-OUBTH YEAR ffl Senator Cooper Says the Repub lican Party Cannot Turn Backward ON THE LIQUOR QUESTION, Jlr. Shiras Give3 Tip All Thoughts of the White Impeachment. BROOKS WILL TOIE NO ON PROHIBITION. The Author of the High License BUI Thinks Highly of Hia Handiwork Senator Cooper Sayi the Saloon Must be Re placed by Hoteli, and tie Bepnbllcan Party la Bound to Accomplish the Work Liquor Legislation to Largely Occupy , the Attention of the Next Legislature Party Caucuses Held and Revenue Com mtssloncrs Selected. Senator Cooper, ex-Chairman ot the Ke poblican State Committee, says the Repub lican party cannot turn backward, but, having tackled the liquor question, it m...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 8 May 1889

'" ?-f jKr s!V- i 11 eiiBKitpeooF Is Dealt to Judge White's Traducers in Public Halls. SEWIOKLEY'S INDIGNATION Pours Forth in Remarks of Ridicule and in long Resolutions. JUDGE'S THREATENING LETTERS Come From a Few, While Many in Mass Meetings Praise Him. EET.DE. ALLISON THE CHIEF SPEAKER Nearly 300 people gathered in the Opera House at Sewickley last night to express their opinion of Hon. George Shiras' at tempt to have Judge "White investigated. They included business and pro fessional men of Pittsburg who live in the beautiful village; the townsfolk who arc neighbors of Judge White; countrymen from farms miles around Sewickley, and more than a dozen of ladies. The character of the audience was itself a compliment to the Judge. The meeting ras called to order at 8:15. o'clock. John "Way, Jr., was chosen Chair man and P. D. Nichols Secretary. The vice Presidents included Br. R. J. McCready, Will lam Miller. J. McElwalne, S. HcCleary. Will iam Parker, Rev. W. O. Campbell. Rev. James...

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

iren ?HlrWsHKIHP iaswEK .L ; ' "lpTOsraaSHErass'59s$OTfflEBSs PK fSH r W i -. -w'- Sfc fc v ; 1' ,' ; - 7T- THE ITTTSBTJEG- , DISPATCH,' WEDNESD&T, MA."E 8, 1889.' a w- - :tT?v-ftnr;r:' ; 7--v '';t- vra.vr.'- I t THE WEST PEM 0. K The Hospital to Get Its Much Needed 50,000 Appropriation UNLESS BEAYEK VETOES THE; BILL A Chat With Directors, Showing Hotr Essen tial State Aid Is. A BIG M0ETGAGE AND IlIPBOYEMEKTS Much anxiety has been shown hereabouts for the lone pending bill to appropriate $50, OOO from the State for the West Penn Hos pital. It passed second reading last Satur day, and finally passed the Senate yester day, through the instrumentality of Eepre rentative J. L. Graham. The bill encountered several obstacles, on account of some technical shortcomings in the initial drawing up of it, and, alter it had passed the last Legislature, Governor Beaver vetoed it, as falling with the reve nue bill. It has been before the House twice this session, but in a different form from t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 8 May 1889

-t f ;ft SjV i 5." 'V. -fF-.c y- .--- "jl ". jC-V. V :-r THE PITTStmO-.v DISPATCH:: TODNESDXT, . MM &t -1889: v s I v"sl?srasP?SKS '.vtx v z'rSSW 'i -rtft..;-?jr a , . a' sfvi .-?J" .-. .-"ir-r .; - .' . firvr-tfsmFJXA.''- s?tw .' - tj-wjlta.-' i-Ajw -znwayHW, -w-cwt ,,-'SBrwr i1 r itj" " i i " , . t "i . jw y. ""j .. i i - " 'it.' ' j j .- nm vji . ,- i-i. .-j . . . - a ' rjr ji .. . ' v jwt.i-jk ra.- "ir .ri ,-j.. a -u"- . r- -. ; ' ; f ". " Vrc ' i"-.;.' "k;l'K.I'1' ' -, ' - '-" -' rrf ?,-;; - " '- - . &iti'rTM . - l" . j ' y v . - i is I ;" 1B1 9$M; ESTABLISHED FEBRUARY 8i 1845. Vol. 41, A'o. . Entered stpittsbnrg Postofuce, November 14, 18S7, si eccond-clais matter. Business Office 97 and 99 Fifth Avenue. News Booms and Publishing- House 75, 77 and 79 DiamondStreet Avernee net circulation of the dally edi tion of The Dispatch for six month ending Mar 1, 1SS9, 28,051 Cople per Usee. Arernce net circniation of the Sunday edi tion of The Dispatch for April, 1SS9, 46,143 Co...

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