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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 20 May 1889

-s, A RICH HARVEST Will 1)8 reaped by all -who advertise in THE DISPATCH. It reaches every home and is read by everybody. 1 jouaroin business let tlio S' iblic know It through The ISPATCH. PORTT-l'OTJETH YEAH 1 BRMDJEW DEAL William Flinn Takes Charge of the Politics of Alle gheny County. MR. MAGEE'S HANDS FREED That He May Show Chairman Quay His Ability as a Eighter IN THE ARENA OP STATE POLITICS The New Lender Given n Chance to Show tbe StnnHe Is Made or-His EITons Ap. proved and He is Virtually in Command air. Mas.ee Will Go lo Europe, and Will Not Take Fort in tbe Fall Cninonicn Next Year lie Will Do His Best, Wben n Number of Important llii.ss Arc to be Attended to Courting Defeat en Senate Bill No. 70 Why Cox Wns Permitted to Drop. "Win. Flinn was permitted to show the stuff he is made of and as a result ol the Magee victory of Saturday will hereafter have charge of the politics of the county under Mr. Magee, whose hands will here alter he left free to engage in the weighty tas...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 20 May 1889

'$ 5 " FOE AflZAED. An Array of Legal Talent to Arpe in Payor of Edison IN A YITAL ELEOTEIO SUIT. His Personal Attorney Tells How the Inventor Sticks at Work, SLEEPING DRESSED, IN HIS, SHOP. lie Single Word Fibrous Causes All This Costlj Litigation. WESTIKGHOUSE AND HIS MEN MOM The great Westinghouse-Edison patent cnit will be argued this week in the United States Court, before Mr. Justice Bradley in all probability, and Judges HcKennan and Acheson. Mr. Justice Bradley is expected to be here, but this is not definitely settled. The proceedings in the case will commence this morning. Mr. T. B. Eaton, the personal attorney of Edison, and the general counsel of the Edi son Electric Light Company, will hare charge of the case on that side. He arrived yesterday at the Duquesnc, and engaged 12 rooms for the lawyers and assistants in the case. The others came in on the limited. Mr. Eaton stated that Edison's time was so valuable that he (rill not come until he is needed. Neither will E. H....

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 20 May 1889

i"V & " - r Sv -C..,, - "uBInr- T" -. . ws J?J (PETE ANTAGONISTIC. The Turner Bund and the Temper v ance People at it on Snndaj. PROHIBITION A BOCK TO SPLIT ON. Yarious Meeting? of Pros and Antis With Lirelj Incidents. TWOBITAL GATHEEIXGS TOGETHER s The Turners of the Pittsburg district of the North American Turner Bund had a great rally in the Birmingham Turner Hall on the Southside yesterday. Fifteen societies, one from Pittsburg and Allegheny and the others from . adjacent towns were represented, and the session lasted the whole day. During all the time the various rooms in the hall were crowded with guests, directly or indirectly interested in the pro ceedings. The occasion of the gathering was the meeting of the Turners of the dis trict, which occurs once in two months. Jlr. Eggers, the Birmingham teacher of gymnastics and athletics, called the active members of 'the district together at 10 o'clock A. m., and a series ot exercises were gone through. Exhibitions on the hori ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 20 May 1889

'ri THE PlTTSBtTRk DISPATCH,- MONDAY, MAT 20, 1889. Hje IMj. ESTABLISHED FEBRUARY 8. 1S4G. VoL-H, No.lffi. Entered atrittsburgrostoffice, November It, 18S7, as 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 Ibe daily edi tion of The Dispatch for six months ending Blur 1, 1SS3, 28,051 Copies per Issue. Average net circulation of tbo Sunday cdi. lion of The Dispatch for April, 1SS9, 46,143 Copies per Inr. TEIOls OF THE DISPATCH. POSTAGE TKEE II. THE CXTTED STATES. IUILT DisrATCH. One Year S 8 00 Daily DisrATCn, Tcr Quarter Z DO Daily DisrATcn. One Jlonth 70 Daily DisrATcn, Including bunday, one Tear 10 00 Daily DisrATcn, including Sunday, per quarter. 2 50 Daily Dispatch, Including Bandar, one month .' so ECSDATDlsrATCn, oneycar 150 WEEKLY DISPATCH, one yea;-. 13 Tiil Daily DisrATcn Is delivered by carriers at 35 cents per week, or includlu g the bunday edition, at 20 cents per week....

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 20 May 1889

vr H' ?.! TV" ,iC1 V HE'EOBBEDAWIDOW. ; Tlie'Serious Cliarge Brought Against an Alleged Minister. -. IMPORTAKTKATDRALGASVERDICT Considerable Damage Done by Storms in Various Sections. ALL THE 'EWS P1I03I NEARBY TOWKS jgrECIAL TEttGBAM TO THIDISP1TCH.1 Youngstovx, May 19. Jeter J. Van Etten. an alleged minister, who under the clerical guise has been defrauding gulli ble people, was arrested at Toledo last night, and Marshal Williams left for that city to day, and will bring him here to answer a charge of defrauding a widow, Mrs. Julia A. Homer, out of 4,000 worth of property. Van Etten came here last fall ana repre sented that he had been sent out from New York to distribute tracts among the heathen of Ohio, and secured boarding with Mrs. Homer. He was apparently a devout man, offering a blessing at each meal, and alwavs carried a Bible. Mrs. Homer had some trouble In dispossessing a tenant and Van Etten sug gested that she should transfer the property to him, and he would oust the p...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 20 May 1889

'. i-, THE PITTSBUEG- DISPATCH, MONDAY, MAY 20, 1889. n ISEBIUl MATTIBS. f . I . President Kimick Means to Hustle for Pitchers. HE MAY GO EAST TO-DAY. ITlie California Learae Comes Into the Pold. IBBOOKLYN GRAND STAND BUSSED. KAndrewg and Bastian Sold to Boston and Chicago. iGESEEAL SPOETIKG SETVS OF THE DAI Gnmcs Played Yesterday. BCECCTCWATIS. S....BAL.TI3I0EES 5 BllRO0ia.YNS ...... 2 ST.LOUIS 1 EAthletics 12.. .. Kansas Crrrs.... 7 BliOCISVILLES. 4.. ..Columbus 1 ITiAYTOKS. 2....CAXT0XS 0 SSrElSGFIELDS U....MAXSF1ELDS 7 Gnines To. Day. National League Pittsburgs at New pA'ork: Chicagos at Washington; Indianapolis at .'Philadelphia; Clcrclands at Boston. American Association Brooklrns at , 'Y .... .. ".. Dnl. . a. Tjtnt.ntla. fnlnn.- jAiUU4a ly.tj, iMiwuiuita.1 uvunuub, vwuui- i bus at Cincinnati; Athletics at St. Louis. Ixtebsatioxal Leagde Torontos at Rochester: Londons at Syracuse; Detroits at '- Buffalo; Toledos at Hamilton. Association Record. Peri Per Won. Lost. Ct. Won.Ix)s...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 20 May 1889

-TvSr , f .J, it j 'v THE PiTTSBTJUG- DISPATCH, MONDAY, MAT 20, 1889. J KL' tNOW FIKST1UBLISHED.J if IE PENNYCOMEQUrCKS & J '" Written for THE DISPATCH by ; S. BARING GOULD, . ' AnthoroP'MEHAIiAH,""COUBTEOTAI1""JOHirHEKBIirOl""lHEGAVEEOCKS)"ETO ALL RIGSTS SYNOPSIS OF PRECEDING CHAPTERS. Mrs Sidebottom and her son. Captain Penny eomeoukfc are unable to live in the stTle they wish on their Income of X400, and speculate on the nrobable lonune they may receive on the death of ilrs fcidebottom's half-brother. Jere miah Pennycoroequlct. The latter la In love with his niece, Salome Cusworth, who lives with him. .Vercmlah Penny coinequlek, while walking at nildnif "t, is overtaken by a flood lrom a bursted reservoir. Be and another man. who is hair clad, seek refuge In a hut, and Jeremiah wraes his coat around his companion. After the flood subsides a body Is tonnd which, is Identified by the card cae In the coat pocket as that or Jeremiah Fcnnvcomeqolck. Philip Pcnnyconiequlck Is teleg...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 20 May 1889

?3S ir 8 THE PITTSBTIEtG- DISPATCH, MONDAY, MAY 20.' 1889. FN I- A GBAflD BRIDAL GIFT Caleb's Generous Wedding Present to His Fair Daughter Achsah. A VICTORIOUS GENERAL'S MUZE. He First Conquers a City and Then Con quers a Girl's Heart A WOHAK'S LOVE OP COUBAGE IN MAN rErXCIAX. TZLXORAM TO TBI DISPATCH.. Brooklyn, May 19. The Kev. X. De "Witt Talmage, D. D., preached to-day on "JNew Sprinps of Joy." The text was: "Thou hast given mc a south land; give me also springs of water. And he gave her the upper springs, and the nether springs." Joshua xv, 19. The city of Debir was the Boston of antiqui tya great place for brain and books. Caleb wanted it, and be offered bis daughter Achsah as a prize to any one who would capture that city. It was a strange thine for Caleb to do; and yet the man who could take tbe city would have, at any rate, two elements of manhood bravery and patriotism. With Caleb's daugh ter as a prize to tight for; General Othniel rode into tbe battle. Tbe gates of Debi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 21 May 1889

W H fs jgl " 'Zfy jmr'- - . , A ; 1- " -a, 'i? rr IT'S A. ,?rt;. -. ;a rich HARVEST Will bo reaped by all who adrertise in THE Dispatch: It reaches every home and is read by everybody. If yon are in business the ubllc know it throuehXius iispatch. PORTT-FOTJETH TEAR. A BOON TOTHE CITY. J Rates on Iron Ore From the Lakes Reduced to a Fair Competing Basis. ALL THREE ROADS AGREE, Through Presidents Oliver and lTew- ell and Vice-President HcCullougb., TO THROW OFF JDST 20 CENTS A TON. Ore From the Three 1nke Ports to Flits- bare farSl 03 Instead of SI 25 How It Wni Brought About Piltsburc Gains 600,1)00 a Year by It Competition With the Valley Furnaces of Ohio Made Possible at Last Sir. Oliver Credited t With' Forcing the More Mr. A. M. "Byers Says Labor Will Koir bee the Great Necessity of Also Making a Con. ' . cession A Comparison With Chicago Coke Most Come Next. The Pennsylvania, Jhe P. & L. E. and the P. & "W. have -come gracefully in line, and given Pittsburg her just red...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 21 May 1889

frb1 W-P - .': s? w ... PTHE MAT EVENT Pittsburg's Music festival to "be. Formally Opened IN A BLAZE OP GLORY. All the Artists and Musicians are Here, Eeady for Work. THE AHDITOBIUM IS FINISHED And is a Great Marvel in its Perfect Acous tic Arrangement. WHAT THE MAI FESTIVAL WILL COST "When Anton Seidl stepped on tbe prompter's stand at the Exposition yester day afternoon and began to work his long arms and broad shoulders like a steam pump, as he swung his baton, a wild burst of melody tilled the edifice. It was the first 'rehearsal of the great orchestra, and the few ladies and gentlemen present stood en tranced. The noisy carpenter in the loft and the box decorators stopped their work enraptured. The finishing touches to the temporary work at the big building are rapidly" being made and to-night everything will be in readiness for the opening of the May Festi val. Manager Charles Iiocke with his com pany of artists and the orchestra arrived yesterday morning. Last night a full dr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 21 May 1889

T, if ' K itT "if ;. Stfti. " if '1 - ;-3a JSgDHE" NEW TANK TEST 4. Xt thp Jeannette WindowGlass Works Said to be a Great Success. THE FIRST CILIKDEE .WAS BLOWN lathe Presence of a Tery Large ana Dis- - tinguished Assembly. " ' WHAT EIPIETS SAT ABOUT THE GLASS At 1 o'clock yesterday morning the tank furnace of the new window glass -works of Chambers & McKee, at Jeannette, start ed operations, and, according to men of the r most reliable authority, the working of the tank, as well as the material produced, was perfectly successful. Messrs. Chambers & McKee, the proprie tors ot the new process, had invited a num ber of their friends to witness the start, and, inasmuch as the inhabitants of Jeannette had also been advised as to the hour, there was quite an excitement in the little town on Sunday night. About 12 o'clock a stream of people was seen going in the di rection of the new glass works, which might well have been mistaken for a moonshiners' procession. A full turn of wor...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 21 May 1889

-tor-- "F r T';' ,rT SSpSK-I v V. P-IWy-at v jmZTt WW-pra ""v -MM, ..J 4-"lf. --.SJii'.JBCrT ,-v- r ' vtP ''W--, : - -' "v-, .?--- -w,,v -:iJ.,s ?. 5 "-s5.i: nrrrr nnririTsi rr i r t ' r w TEtE PITTSBURG-' 'DISPATCH,' TTIESDAY, MAT 2'1, 1889. ' ESTABLISHED FEBRUARY 8, 1S46. VoL 44,20 103. Entered atPlttsburgPostofflce, November 14, 1SS7, as second-class matter. Business Office 97 and 99 Filth Avenue. News Booms and Publishing1 House 75, 77and79DlamondStreet Average net circulation of tho dally edi tion of The Dispatch for six mouths ending; May 1, 1SS9, 28,051 Copies per Issue. Avernce net circulation of the Sunday edi tion of The Dispatch for April, 1SS9, 46,143 Copies per Issue. TERMS OF THE DI&PATCH. f . "POSTAGE TREE ET THE TOOTED STATES. DJLTLT DISPATCH. One Tear 8 00 IIailt UibrATCH, Per Quarter 2 00 Daily Dispatch, One Month TO DailT DISPATCH, Including Sunday, .one rear. : 10 IU1XT Dispatch, Including Sunday, per quarter. 250 Daily Dispatch, Including Sunday, one month.....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 21 May 1889

v- . & ,i:iiy, i&' - - THE PITTSBTIRfr .DISPATCH, TUESDAY, ;MAY , 21, 1889. ft"5 MMOA AND AMEEICA. JC pt King Mataafa Wants the Protection v" of the United Slates. VH0 OTHER POWERS TO INTERFERE. Kearly All of the Shipwrecked HaTe Been Sent Home. Sailors "I QUAEEEL BETWEEN THE FACTIONS tCOPTEIGHT 1SS9 BT Tint TTXSTEKX ASSOCIATED rnr.ss.1 Apia, Samoa, May L The shipwrecked .officers and crew of the United States men-of-war Trenton and Vandalia, leave here on the steamer Bockton to-day for Mare Island avy yard. Owing to reports which had been received here recently it was thought that the Oceanic steamship Mariposa would top at Apia last Sunday, April 28, and take 300 of the men to San Francisco. " Preparations were made for the Mariposa's arrival, and the men were selected to be sent away in the steamer. The steamer Lubeck ar Tived here from Sydney on Sunday, and re ported that Lieutenant J.C. Wilson, who was sent to Auckland and Sydney to charter a steamer, had engaged the 2,...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 21 May 1889

'W- '. & THE PITTSBURGH DISPATCH, TUESDAY, MAT 21, 1889. 4 m f wt . A LinLET0O GAY, lm Beam and Milbee's High No tions About Salary. BIMIOK CAMOT BUY THEM. Hore Efforts Will be Made to Get a Good Pitcher. RESULT OP ASSOCIATION GAMES. President Davidson Means to Sell the LouisTille Ball (Hub. GENERAL BASEBALL NEWS OP THE DAT Game Flayed Yesterday. St. Lotus 4. ...Athletics 1 Kansas Crrrs.... 18... .Bbookltxs. ...... 12 COLCMBCS 2....CINCIJOJATIS 0 DCTfcorrs... .. 8....BcrrAios 2 ROCHESTXBS 9....TOEONTOS... i HAJtJXTONS (OntO 8....TOLEDOS...r. 3 HAMILTOKS 10....MAXSFIELDS 9 Games To. Day! National League Pittsburgs at New York; Chlcagos at Washington; Cleveland at Boston: Indianapolis at Philadelphia. American Association Brooklyns at Kansas City; Baltlmores at LouisTille; Colum busit Cincinnati; Athletics at St. Louis. INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE TorOntOS at Rochester; Londons at Syracuse; Detroits at Buffalo; Toledos at Hamilton. League Record. Perl Per Won. IiosUCt. TVon. Lost-Ct. Bos...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 21 May 1889

wr v ' 8Jpt'- r,4T Mil I1 -. :. jSBfJ" r f--- -. s53fM f V?r -'- l m r sjfc pL LIYE STOCK. . 'leading Features of Trade at Herr's f Island Stockyards, J GRADE OP CATTLE ABOVE AVERAGE if ' Prices a Shade Lower--SkcE and Lamls UlJiUVi-UUHUUg, HOGS BL01F AT A SHARP DECLINE Office of PnTSBtmo Dispatch, MOMAY.May:!0,1889.$ - The supply Taxied reiy little from last week, and markets were a "fair average for this season of the year. The heaviest article on the market was hogs. The big ran in Chicago last -week and the sharp drop in prices now wields a decided Influence lor ill n hog markets here. Cnttle. The general view obtained from talks with 'drovers and batchers wis that prices were 10c lower than last week. The supplies wfcre above the average in quality, and while prices were a little off, markets ruled firm at the decline. A regular buyer at Herr's Islands reports that $4 50 was asked tor a bunch of prime 1,400 pound steers of a better quality than some last week for which $4 70 wa...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 21 May 1889

K!,- f K SVT" 8' - Jv: EFFECT OF THE CUT. How Iron Manufacturers Are In fluenced by Carnegie's Action THET OBJECT TO HIGHER WAGES. One Manufacturer Gives the Prouanle Policy of Mill Owners. tfHEI WILL LET THE HILL WHEELS STOP On account of Carnegie, Phipps & Co. takinp the initiative step this year to make a reduction in wages, there ii a general im pression that all the iron manufacturers in this vicinity trill follow their example. This firm has always been the last to attempt to break the price olabor, and it was feared by some that their action this year would etir the others into falling in line and mak ing a fight, A number of the manufacturers "were seen yesterday, and asked what they proposed to do, hut they were non-committal. Very few of them will take the bull by the horns, and attempt to force the reduction until after they determine what the Amtljjamated Association's convention will do. One of the manufacturers most jprominctly iden tified with the old association,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 22 May 1889

":-.: ,- t ,1 1 V 3 i, - r .7 RICH Will be reaped' by ill who advertise InTHK DISPATCH. Ic reaches every home and Is read by everybody. If you are In business let tbe Sublic knowit through TBS IISPATCH. HARVEST FORTY-FOURTH YEAR. B As Lovely Queen of May in the City's Most Magnifi cent Festivali PLEASING 4.000 DEVOTEES, Tie Grand Initial .Event of a'tfev Era of Art in. Pittsburg, SUBPASSINGEXPECTATIM. Three Distinct Descriptions the First KighVs Feast of Melodies, of EUJOIED FROM VARIOUS VIEWS. Impressions in the Abstract, Based Incidents, and on a Critical on Review. SUCCESS THAT PROMISES MORE The first course served in May's grand music feast is appetizing. About 4,000 en joyed it. So such event has preceded it in Pittsburg. "Viewed from any standpoint it was a success. If the entire festival is to be equally satisfactory, it will aflord the most auspicious possible introduction to a perma nent Exposition in which Pittsburg will take pride. "WELL, the Mav -Festival has come, like ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 22 May 1889

ESEHl lrpff5 v XfW THE PITTS33URG DISPATCH, WEDNESDAY MA"T 22, 1889. I I against 28 for Quay. The Magee claim brakes it 58 against 22. From start to finish, the contest in the Sixth Legislative district was the most ex citing on record. There was a continual uproar. The Magee men claim that on Monday night they had enough delegates to insure them 4,500 votes. Quay's workers, lowever, got out among them and by yes terday morning it looked lor a time as though they had captured enough to insure the election of the ten Quay committee men. HOW SOME THINGS TVEBE DONE. According to the Magee men delegates elected and pledged to Magee had been cap tured for Quay from the Fifth district of 2forth Payette, Beltzhoover borough, "West Elizabeth, the second precinct of Findlay township and the second precinct of Lower St. Clair. The organization of the conven tion, however, was captured for Magee, who i gained by the contest in the First district of Findlay township, the Quay man, Barton, being...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 22 May 1889

"-- THE HTTSBUKGK DISPATCH, WEDNESDAY, MAT- 22, 1889. - 3 eHiitftiTS OF IERCI. The Marvelous Speed "With Which , ; They Dart Along the Streets. Jk A.PDBLIC TEST MADE YESTERDAY. ; Hospital. Ambulances in Pittsburg Can Outrun Fire Engines. SOMETIMES IT ISAEACE WITH DEATH ' "There comes the yellow flag; loot outl" Every day the cry rings out on some of the prominent avenues as a hospital ambu lance flies through the streets to the fre quent scenes of accident? or to answer a depot call. The Dispatch had frequently heard marvelous stories of the fast time made by these chariots of mercy and of their efficiency above that of other cities. Yesterday afternoon a. reporter was de tailed to ascertain the fastest time ever made by the ambulances of different institutions. Superintendent "W. A. Cowen, of the "West Penn Hospital, when the object of the visit was stated, showed in a moment that he had been approached on a pet theme. Come out to the stables and see the mules," said he. The drrrer...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 22 May 1889

.!- I 4' mh MSftmrfr A' -SI ! ESTABLISHED FEBRUARY 8. 1S46. Vol.44, No 104 Entered it l'lttsbnrgroatoulce, November 14, 1SS7, as second-clas matter. Euslness Office 97 and 99 Fifth Avenuo. News Rooms and Publishing House 75, 4 77 and 79 Diamond Street. Averaee iict circulation of the dally edi tion of The Dispatch for six months ending May 1, 1SS9, 28,051 Copies per Issue Average net ctrcnlatlon of Ihc Sunday edi tion of The Dispatch for April, 1SS9, 46,143 Copies per lung. TEK31S OF THE DlbPATCH. rOSTAGE FItEE IN THE CMTED STATES. DAILT DISPATCH. One Year. $ 8 03 Daily Dispatch, Per Quarter 2 00 DAU.T Dispatch. One Month 0 Dailt Dispatch, including bunday, one rear. 10 00 Dailt Dispatch, lnclndinc Sunday, per quarter 2 SO Dailt Dispatch, Including bunday, one month 50 SUNDAr Dispatch, oneyear SS0 eekly Dispatch, emu year 1 S The Dailt DisrATCH Is delivered by carriers at 35 cents per week, or including the Sunday edition, st M cents per week. P1TTSBUKG. WEDNESDAY, MAY' 22, 1SS9. TH...

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