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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 14 May 1889

rf. W- A RICH HARVEST Will bo reaped by all -who advertise In THE Dispatch. It reaches every borne -and Is read by everybody. If you are in business let the public know it through THE DISPATCH. TOETT-rOTJHTH TEAIL PLAYED JIS LUST, W. Irving Bishop, the Mind Reader, Dies a Few Hours After Performing ONE OF HIS BEST TRICKS. A Cataleptic Fit Carries Off a Eeally Remarkable Man. SKETCH OF EIS SINGULAR CAREER. The Exposer efSiade Interrupted by Death in tin Exposure of Himself A Sndden Attack of Catalepsy Follows One ot Hts Best Tricks Plnycd for the Brncflt of the New York Umb'i Club Tho First of the Attncka Noticed nt Minneapolis Fire Weeks Ago End of r Career Witbont n Parallel H!a Odd Domestic Complica tions. Shortly after performing one of his won derful "mind-reading" feats, yesterday morning, W. Irving Bishop expired in a cataleptic fit brought on by the nervous ex citement under which be labored while as tonishing a number of gentlemen at a rounders' club in New York. Five weeks ...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 14 May 1889

rf-i iy THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, TUESDAY, - MAT 14, 1889. t H r THEYDOOBJEGT City Councils Bevolt Against the Court's Edict. THE JUDGE CEITICISED, And the Forced Eesignations of Members Not Accepted. A JOINT COMMITTEE TO INTERFERE A Political Bomb is Hurled at the Chief of Public Safety. PUSHING PEOJECTS FOR PUBLIC P1RKS & portentous murmur was heard in Com mon Council yesterday afternoon as the members listened to President Holliday reading the resignation of "William Buhl andt, member from the Twenty-sixth ivard, one of the liquor dealers granted license tinder condition that he resign from Coun cils. The murmur broke into audible con versation, the conversation gave way to open comment Mr. Binder jumped to his feet frith this exclamation: "I more the resignation be rejected. I understand it was handed in by force. The people hare a right to choose their own representatives, and sot one man!" Mr. Steggert, of the Twenty-sixth ward, seconded the motion. The Chair The proper moti...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 14 May 1889

TW?P iECTJg TTi?f, r i4 FUNERAL OF A TRUST. Great Turnout of Milt Dealers in Procession With a Hearse, Df TYPE OF THE SHIPPEES'DEFEAT. The Most Korel Public Demonstration of All is Proposed, IHTH COMMITTEES DULX APPOINTED The milk dealers held 8 jollification meet ing at Imperial Hall yesterday afternoon to congratulate each other on the defeat of the original trust, or the downfall of the Producers' Union. They -were in such a jubilant mood that they spent nearly two hours telling each other Low they finally brought this and that fanner to time. More milk-can rat stories were also told, and one dealer told how a lire frog jumped ont of a can of milk that he had sold to a woman. At last they proposed to hold a funeral for the trust and its agent, and. during the business session, a resolution was passed to bare a monster milk parade In the near future. A resolution was tben passed to have the Ex ecutive Committee, composed of three from each side of the river, act as three committee...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 14 May 1889

Ty " ' v. i ). m j, "t t - 3T THE PrCTSSlTBQ- IMpTOH,"' ' Ttfi&DAY, rMA"f"14,' 1889. f fc ft r. ft ESTABLISHED FEBRUABY 8; 1846. Vol. 44, Xo. 86.-Entere4 at Pittsburg Postofice, November 14, 1SS7, u second-class matter. Business Office 97 and 99 Fifth Avenue. News Booms and Publishing House 75, 77 and 79 Diamond Street. Average net circulation of the dally edi tion of Tbe Dispatch for six months ending Way 1.1SS9, 28,051 Copies per Issue. Average net circulation of the Sunday edi tion of The Dispatch for April, 1SS9, 46,143 Copies per line. TERMS OF THE DISPATCH. rOSIAGE FEES H THE UNITED STATES. DAILY DisrATCH, One Year f 8 00 Daily Dispatch, Per Quarter 2 00 Daily DlSrATCH. One Month. D Daily Dispatch, Including bunday, one year - 10 00 Daily DlsrATCH; Including Sunday, per quarter. 2 SO Daily Dispatch, Including Sunday, one month 90 EtWDAY Dispatch, oneyear 2 so weekly DisrATcn, one year is The Daily Di6patch is delivered by carriers at 15 cents per treek, ortacludlngtheSunda...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 14 May 1889

n THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, TUESDAY, ' MAT 14, 1889, 5 SETTLED AT LENGTH. End of Thirty Tears' Litigation for Some Valuable Troperty. THE MIKA CLAEK GAIKES CASE Beaches Its Last .Appeal and is Decided Against Jfevr Orleans. IHE SCOTT CHINESE ACT IS A GO "Washijtgtok, May 13. The United States Supreme Court to-day, in an opinion by Justice Bradley, awarded the executors of the will of ilyra Clark Gaines the sum of 376,000 against the city of New Orleans for the use of property sold by the. city, but recovered by Sirs. Gaines after long litiga tion. The judgment of the lower court awarding the executors 1,300,000 for the use of the unimproved property sold by the city was not concurred in. This case, probably, has been the most interesting, the hardest contested, and the most prolonged known to the judicial his tory of this country. Over 30 years ago Justice "Wayne, of the United States Su preme Court, said that when the historian of the American bar should come to write up the case it ...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 14 May 1889

f y 6 , THE PITTSBURG- 'DISFATGH, TUESDAY,; 'Hi? yl, 1889. ' '' ,J -' .,;, '' " " . .' , '' ?BU E THF PHI II FflT Wlllli Sfe53lt' ' ' ' ' s t! AMONG THE RUfflEES. KSS. BUSINESS ffl KICK. IOC1I TESTIMOM. . U ' r .:.: 4 j B lllLuULULnUl II 111 U ZW&tiLiicAttT. forniaDerbyl ' IssR d i d a. i U . - al ft THrl f.i. h Al I. tTHJlllL ! , , I EFLZ ward. Foster. , 0riteS BaJe ."' 0f at Affected the Home Talent SSffiBK;a!i IJ01SVllle, m Somewhat Sadly and BOSTON BEATS THE BOYS In a Well Contested and Very Ex citing Contest. CLEVELAND DEFEATS SEW YORK. m EesultB of Other Games in Associations. the Tarions GMEBAL SPOETIKG NEWS OP THE DAT Games Flayed Yesterday, Bostons, 7: Pittsburgs, 6. Clevelands, S;New Yorks, 7. Philadelphia 4; Chicagos, a Washingtons, 13; Indianaplis, 1L Louisvilles, 2; Athletics, L Kansas Citys, 9; Columbus, 7. Bnffalos, 7; Rochester's, 5. Toledos, 5; London, 2. Syracuse, ; Hauiiltons, 8. Torontos, 6: Detrolts, 6. New Castles. 14; Meadvilles, 7. Cantons, lOiBpriagfleld...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 14 May 1889

r u . IOCAL LIVE STOCK Leading Features of the Markets at the Herr's Island Yards, BETTEE GRADE OFBEEYESON HAHD Prices Answer to the ImproTement-Sprlng Iambs Active. HOG SUPPLY LIGHT, DEILaKD DITTO Office of wttsbueq Dispatch, MONDAT. May 13. 1K&J The run of stock was good, and, consider ing the disagreeable weather, markets were active all along the line. This was especial ly the case in cattle lines, which brought from 10 to 15 cents better prices than last Monday. Some dealers claim an advance ot 20 cents in the best grades. Cattle. The supply was below the average; the total number on the market was 437 head. In addition to these "Winter & Dellenbach received 259 head. The demand was Rood and buyers did not hesitate to pay the advance ot 1020c, A leading buyer reports quality of cattle in this week's supplies much above the recent average A number of prime 1,600 pound cattle were in the receipts. The bulk was nice, smooth butcher stock from 1,300 to 1,400 pounds in weigh...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 14 May 1889

$w, -j. THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH. TUESDAY, MAY' 14., 1889; 8 sFTy m iBEADY FOE TEE JURY The Final Arguments in the Trial of Superintendent Starr. GOWEN AKD JOHNSTON LOCK HORNS Bid the Witness Cunningham Tell the Truth, or Act Yindictivelj? JUDGE SWING'S EEBDKE TO STBIKERS The trial of Superintendent Starr, of the Pittsburg, Fort "Wayne and Chicago Bail tray was resumed in Criminal Court yester day. J. Sharp McDonald, Judge Stowe, Itobert Wilson and Frank Osborne all testi fied to Mr. Starr's character as a citizen, a gentleman and a railroad man. John 3?. 33dmundson, an eye witness of the accident, described it, but produced no new facts. John N. JTeeb testified to the protests of cit izens'against the ringing of engine bells. Trainmaster Turner was recalled, and tes tified that there was no blowing of whistles in the city limits. John Kirschner, an elec trician in charge of the company's telegraph system, testified that the electric warning bell at the Federal street crossing Is not ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 15 May 1889

.' :"I - - ? --S-.3 ;? 1ST. X RICH HARVEST W!9 fee reaped "by an who . advertise Id the Dispatch. It reaches every borne and is read by everybody. II too are in business let the ublic know it iispatch. PORTT-FOURTH YEAH. BATTLE OF GITS, Quay's Lieutenant Comes to Pittsburg to Capture the County Committee. MR. MAGEE IS WIDE AWAKE And Will Make a Lively Figlit Against the Little Kapoleon. CHaIEIIAKANDEEWS' LITTLE 3IISSI0X. Senator Qnay Declares War He Wants to Control BothEndsof the Stntc Chairman Andrews In Town He YIows the Battle Ground aincre Conceded to be Supreme In Pittsburg The Other Districts In the County to be Hotly Contested City Con troller Morrow to bo Succeeded br n. Democrat Wnrrlnc Democratic Fac tions to be Reconciled John Jarrett'a Position. The Republican State Chairman came to town yesterday, and rumors were afloat that there is a strong effort on foot to dethrdne Mr. Magee in Allegheny county. That gentleman, however, is not asleep, and is working a plan or two o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 15 May 1889

1f, 5 I r -'f3 " The Miners' Strike Ended and "Work to be Resumed AT 73 GENTS FOE DIGGING. Thirteen Witnesses to Testify at the Glass Investigation. CAMPBELL EEFUSES TO APPEAE. General Wortliy Foreman Wheat Addresses the Knights. HE BATS THAT THE OEDERIS GBOWIBG The strike of 6,000 railroad miners is ended, and work in all of the mines will be resumed to-day. A concession was made by the diggers, and the operators also con ceded a point or two. The price lor the en tire year will be 7S cents per ton, -which is 1 cent less than was demanded. By this concession the miners will not lose more than 7 or S apieee. The opera tors seemed anxious to settle the trouble, end when the convention was held on M on day, sent a messenger to the meeting asking for a conference. A committee was appointed to meet them, but thev declined to enter into any acree- ment unless the operators assured them that they had power to act. The convention then adjourned and reassembled at Knights of Labor Hall yest...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 15 May 1889

"v-5i, - V. 3V THE ! PITTSBURG DISPATCH, WEDNESDAY, -J&A.T, 15, 1889. 3i! IB0N10 BEAT' STEEL Why the Former Excels the Latter for Steamboat Shafts. POOR STEEL LIKE PLATE GLASS, And the Terr Best of Iron a Great Deal Better for a Strain. r CHATS WITH HEX WHO ENOW ABOUT IT A revulsion of feeling regarding the sup posed superiority of steel over iron for heavy shafts for steamboats has been gaining strength for some time, and it is said that nearly all steel shafts that break nowadays are being replaced by iron. It is also stated that those made by Krupp, the German ironworker, have fared no better in builders estimation than some made in this country. Considerable inquiry was made on the subject yesterday, and the only one who pave a good word for the steel shaft was Mr. David Shaw, Superintendent of the steel works at Chartiers. He stated that he thonght good steel would answer the purpose, but that some kinds would te no better than pig iron. Mr. James A. Henderson stated that t...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 15 May 1889

.''" -1 tf5? tyrf ")imw T ,IT ,? " if i , -f m 4' 0j liftft, ESTABLISHED FEBRUARY 3. 1840. VoL 44, 'o. S7. Entered t Pittsburg PostoQcc, lioveuiberll, US7, ai second -class matter. Bueiaesa Office 97 and 99 Fifth Avenue. News Booms and Publishing- House 75, 77 and 79 Diamond Street. Average net circulation of the daily edi tion of The Dispatch for six month coding Star 1.1SS9. 28,051 Copies per Issue. Average net circulation of the Sunday cdi tloa of The Dispatch for April, 1SS9, 46,143 . Copies per Issue. TERMS OF THE DISPATCH. rosTAGZ rsiE et TnE totted statu. DAILT Dispatch. One Year. t 8 00 DAILT Dispatch, Per Quarter 2 00 Dailt Dispatch, One Month TO Dailx Dispatch, Including fcundsy, one year. 10 00 Daily Dispatch, including Sunday, per quarter ! SO Daily Dispatch, Including; bunday, one month... 90 BrxDAT Dispatch, one year 2 50 AVeeext Dispatch, one year 12 The daily Di6patch Is delivered by carriers at l&cenu per week, orlncludlngthebundayeditlon, at SO cents per week. ...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 15 May 1889

VrfJp THE PITTSBTTCG 'DISPATOEk WEDNESpAY, MAT lHt 1889. c V Jr k "2k (FT ACHATS x iu.nxii-ijjLi.AJv Their JJhifef Makes a Eeport on Their .. Actions in Oklahoma. A GENERAL DENIAL OP TfiAUD is 'Made, but a feir Deputies Secured Land Claim3 in Advance. IHE DEPABTHENT IS KOI SATISFIED "Washixciton, May 14. Attorney Gen eral Miller has receded a report from United States Marshal Jones, of Kansas, in regard to the condnct of himself aud depu ties upon the opening of Oklahoma to set tlement. He says that -he thought he ap preciated the influx of population that would follow the President's proclamation, and that he knew that the people could look to the civil authorities only for safety and protection after April 22, when the functions of the military authorities ceased, and consequently he attempted, and he thinks successfully, to organire a force ot marshals at different points where it was supposed there would he a concentration of people, sufficient to preserve them from law lessness...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 15 May 1889

1 -- ,- f e THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, "WEDNESDAY, HAT 16, 1889. W$r STILL ON THE SLIDE Boston Again Downs Our Crippled Ball Team. JSOME TEERIFIO HITTING. Manager Phillips Talks About the Prospects of the Club. THE BABIES SHOT THE GIANTS OUT Pitchers Conway and Morris Ordered Home Without Pay. GENERAL SPOETIKG NEWS OF THE DAI Games Flayed Yesterday. BOSTONS. 13....PITTSBTJRGS 9 CeICAQOS.. ........ 7....PHILAIELPHIAS 5 Clevelaids...... 5....KetYoek8 0 ueookltxs. 4....ce5ces-xatis 0 st. louis 7.... baltimores 2 Kansas Oitys.... 11.. ..Columbus 10 rochestebs 10....buffalos 9 Sybaccses 12....HAMILTONS....... 6 toledos. 3....londons 2 torontos 10....detboits 5 caktojjs u....sfrlvgfrelds.... 6 McKeespokts.... S....New Castles ... 2 johxstow2s 7....alt00xas 3 To-Day' Games. National League Fittsburgs at Boston; Chicagos at Philadelphia; Cleveland at New York: Indianapolis at Washington. There are no games scheduled for the Ameri can Association. League Record. Perl Per TVon. Lost. IX I Won. L...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 15 May 1889

J -" f W7 ?f t ia r f8-L thst FEATITKES OF TBADR J" Canned Htots on the Eoom, Corned Betfand Lunch Tongue W GREATER DEMAND THAN EVER. fe Depression in Breadstuff's Most Affects Low Grade flour. GOOD PE0SPCTS FOE SEW CROPS OFFICE OF PITTSBURG DISPATCH, Tuesday, Alay 14, ISSB. J In such times as these when Pittsburg's leading industries are generally depressed, and the pessimist is getting in his best licks, it is good to find an industry which is on the boom. It was the fortune ot the commer cial editor of The Dispatch to-day, after several unsuccessful efforts to find a trade optimist who cocld see nothing in the situation and outlook but what was bright. Said a lead ing dealer in canned meats: "Our trade was neTer as good as It has been this season, lbe hot weather of last week Cave a very decided impetus to demand for all Linus of canned meats. The leading article in onr line is corned beef, and the amount of staff we are now handling is fully 50 per cent greater than it was a yea...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 15 May 1889

piJfKjlTOjoffjffl sffloREpKPfBB tlff?imlBMilPB? PiHMHK r.T?A--- --. ''H - THE PITTSBURG- DISPATCH, WEDNESDAY, 8- MAX 15., 1889. , - J : ' x. - - ??-.. Tm . A LOYE STOKY TOLD; The Eomance Brought Out in a Suit on a Life Insurance Policy ON TRIAL LN THE COUNTY COURTS. The Terdict in the Starr Railroad Case to be Known To-Day. K GEXEEAL SEWS FROM LEGAL QUABTEES A suit on a life insurance policy has de Teloped a romance. The case is on trial in the TJ. S. Circuit Court. It is that of C. H. Aiken, executor of A 0. Smith, against the Connecticut Mutual Lite Insurance Com pany, to recover 510,000 on a policy of in surance on the life of Smith. The payment of the policy is contested on the ground that Smith committed suicide, which would ren der the policy Toid. T'rom the -witnesses heard yesterday it was learned that Smith, who was a resident of Jiew Castle, -was engaged to be married to a young lady named Jenktagen. The young lady broke the engagement and Smith became very despondent. Hew...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 16 May 1889

? Tlf'iHRnHR K ifcy " Sw!Kk jWttBBPBgBWg-BWBBBHPBBMr r dS."1 qK&Ttr 9PWff?nsssffrcilfiTMffiP''ffil r .P!rsssssssssssssssn ;": fJnr M$Il BWahV"vSaigss ':;il , A RICH HARVEST Will be reaped by all wtib advertise In the Dispatch. It reaches every borne and is read by everybody. II yon are in business Jt tlie Eublic know it through TH IIEPATPK. M i r- : -: - " : ' ' ' iDKr ZZ FORTY-FOTraTH TEAIL rmnn m n a nua urn as" ss. s -zirr feri.. zr :-- ss.. . g- a But the Office Seekers Are So Persistent and Numerous That He Has NO ROOM TO CUT A SWATH. Solicitor General JenkB' fiesignation at Last Accepted. . SDCCESSOE CHOSEN. Attorney General Miller Writes Jadce Jcnks a Nest Appreciative Note The Freseot Administration Has No Cso for Ex-Cou-eressmen Several Pcnnsylvnnlans Given the Cold Cat on Various Occasions IVesIdent Harrison's Kcplr to a Delega tion of G. A. B. Keancstlnc Thnt Veteran Soldiers be Given Preferment for OQce. President Harrison longs for an opportu nity to prove be is a h...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 16 May 1889

2 THE PITTSBUEG- DISPATCH, THDESDAT, MAT 16, 1889. M K I ; . .1 'I ' , ., " " S H TTn TTTmn T i mr a RiinKKR TunT.Y mmifRn. i nimnrTi'n ' Tunan . NOTES AH D NOTIONS. TUT? nT!APT?TTP. T A W PBESBITEEIAN CHURCH'MEETING8 ICE FOR TAXPAYERS. mew ABTEKrasxancxTs. P- HH H Krtl'M A riMil li AH. ; r . L Aim UiUAlUJilii IaO. II .1 r e. ? Bf .11 I J JLJLJ-kJ UjL.Jl.t The Result of a Cnrlon Got Explosltlon " m the Inhalation oT the Flames, me Large rUUU UUl Willier AWU1UU Tlie CampM Alien Labor In yestigation "Waxes Warm. STAB CHAMBER QUESTIONS The Gentleman Under Fire Becomes Sarcastic Over the Affair. I JEALOUS! AT THE BOTTOM OP IT. He Says He is Prosecuted Because Stamped for Harrison He AKD 0PEX1T TATOES PBOIIIBITION The Executive Committee of the Central Trades Council met last night in K. of L. Hall to open the investigation into the charges against President James Campbell, of the "Window Glass "Workers' Union, and others, for importing foreign glass workers. Mr. J. C. Young acted as pre...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 16 May 1889

Hll MiTfll m. H?$y &W S51 tfvfi 55"aK .' i't . 3 &Ti r .tsc Sr"- ' Ei?-, ,v & 1 'n &. 'ftjX' . il ;,? ' -' THE PITTSBUKG- DISPATCH, THUESDAT, 'MAT ,16; 1889; 3 ? SSJHsplaj advertisement one dollar per touare Jot one insertion. Classified advertise ments on this page such as Wanted, For Sale, To Let, ctc ten cents per line or each inser tion, and none taken Jot less than fifty cents. THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH BRANCH OFFICES. For the accommodation of the publics, Branch Offices have been established at the folio-wing places, where Want, For Sale, To Let, and Other transient ad vertisements "will be received up to 9 P. M. for inser tion next morning: Advertisements are to be prepaid except where advertisers already nave accounts with Tns Dis patch. riTTSBUKO. THOMAS MCCAFFREY, 3503 Butler street. KMIL C. STUCKEY, Hth street and Penn are, E. G. STUCKEY A CO., Wylle ave. and Fulton St. '. STOKELY, FUlh Avenue Market House. KABT EXO. J. TV. WALLACE, 6121 Fenn avenue. OAKLAND....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 16 May 1889

:tJ E5? V& s-n 4V V , i v 1 ,TT F . ,WTJ " if- -f J V M$ Bigpfrft. ISTABUSHED FEBRUARY 8. 1S46L Vol. W, No. S3. Entered at Pittsburg Po.toffice, November 11, 1SS7, as second-class matter. Business Office-97 and 99 Fifth Avenue. News Booms and. Publishing House 76, 77 and 79 Diamond Street. Average net circulation of the 'daily edi tion of The DIf patch for six month! ending Mayl.lSSS. 28,051- Coplei per Issue. ' Average set clrcniation of the Sunday edU lion of Tho Dispatch for April, 1SS9, 46,143 Copies per Issue. TERMS OF THE DISPATCH. rOETAGE TBEB IS THE UKITrD STATES. Dailt Dispatch. One Year I 8 00 Daily Dispatch, Per Quarter ZOO Dailt Dispatch, One Month 70 Daily Disr-ATCii, Including Sunday, one year.. ... 10 00 Daily Dispatch, Including Sunday, per quarter ! CO Daily Dispatch, Including Sunday, one month 90 ECxsay Dispatch oneycar 2 SO A.eeklt Dispatch, one year l !S THE Daily Dispatch is delivered by carriers at 35cenU per week, orincludlngthebundayeditlon, at SO cents ...

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