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

SMALL JDVEBTISEMEIT w r For to-morrow's DISPATCH can be left at main office till midnight or at branch offices till 9P.M, PORTY-THIRD TEAS. EVICTED BY TROOPS, Irish Tenants Fight Gallantly and Desperately in Defense of Hearth -and Home. SOLDIERS ORDERED TO FIRE. A Priest Interposes and the Garrison Quietly Surrenders. DUEE AKD DUCHESS KISS AND MAKE UP. Iriih Evictions on the Olplicrt Estates Peasant Break Down Bridges A Des perate Resistance The Troops Unwill ing to Fire Tho Defenders Taken to Prison A LoTcrs' Qnnrrel Itetvreen tlie Duke and Duchess of Marlboroneh Set tled Gladstone Denies That lie Sng sested Arbitration on theTo.ca Position Large Secessions Trom tho Liberal Club. Irish troops and constabulary have again commenced eviction proceedings. Patrick O'Donncll, a blacksmith at Falcarragh, de fended his home gallantly, bnt -was finally forced to surrender. The Duke and Duchess fit Marlborough have kissed and made up and now coo to each other as sweetly as doves. Gladstone i...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 3 January 1889

IKI WtHTmimsDiS ;"-,. TF i. ij ' i? ( ; TUK10N Of all the Various Temper ance Organizations in WESTERN PEtaSYLYAMA. The Plans for a Constitutional Amendment Campaign, TO BK SUBMITTED KEXT MOKMY. The Report "Which a Committee of Minis ters Has Drawn Up. ALL THE STATE ASKED TO CO-OPERATE There are troubled times ahead for the liquor interests. Something more porten tous than high license, and something more ponderous than either the License Court or Law and Order League, is now be ing arranged to worry them. It is a formid able plan of attack to defeat them in the coming contest for and against constitu tional amendment, prohibiting the sale and Manufacture of intoxicating drinks in Penn sylvania. " The plan contemplates a powerful com bination of all the temperance organizations in "Western Pennsylvania. Already emi nent leaders in the Prohibition party, the W C. T. U"., Brooks law adherents, Good Templars and Constitutional Amendment Association have signified their willing ness to ...

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

7 it ft1 JOB PUBLIC BENEFIT. Nearly $100,000 Worth of the City's Property Kow Lying Idle. IT MAT BE TURKED INTO GROUNDS And Given to the Use of the Public hj a Little JlaneuTerinff. TWO 1JITOETAXT BOAED MEETINGS At a meeting of the Finance Committee yesterday, with V. A. Magee in the chair, and Messrs. Morrow, McCandless and Brown present by invitation. The invita tion was issued by the Chairman for the purpose of devising some means for dispos ing of properties to be sold for taxes for which there are no bidders. It was explained that heretofore, when such property is advertised and there are no bidders, the city is compelled to bid the property in, bnt the Sheriff cannot deliver the deeds unless the city pay the costs, and the latter cannot locally be done, so another sale ensues, perhaps with a like result In order to prevent this, Mr. Magee pro posed that 520,000 be appropriated to pay the costs of sheriff sales on property sold for city taxes, and that the Controller buy the pr...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 3 January 1889

OT-IP 11 4' , THE- PITTSBURG- DISPATCH. THTIRSlS AY. .TAmTA"R.T 8, IftSfl. .'- .' ", ' ' ' ' .' T - fTmBm. -.. --. . .. - - -hi - - . . . . .. i i IBiCgS- V is' 5 Wlje M$mlt ESTABLISHED FEBRUARY lSifi. Vol. 3 Ko. 331. Entered u rittsbnrg l'ost fhce, November it. lsS7, as second-class matter. k Business Offlce-97 and99 Fifth Avenue. News Booms and Publishing House 75, 77 and 79 Diamond Street This paper liming moro than Doublo tho circulation ofnny other initio Stato ouulde cl Phlladelphln, Its advantages n' an adver tising medium will be npptircnu TEIUIS OF THE DISPATCH. rOeTACK TREE IN TUE CNITED STATES. DATLY UlSPATCn, One Year. f 8 00 Daily Dispatch, Per Quarter ......... SCO I1A1LT DISPATCH, OncMonth 'u Daily Dispatch, including bandar, one year 1000 Daily Dispatch. Including Sunday, per quarter. 150 Daily DisrATcn, Including bunday. one month ! EUXDAY Dispatcii, one year 150 VEEKI.Y Dispatch, one) ear is The Daily Dispatch Is delivered or carriers at 1,'cchts per week, or inclu...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 3 January 1889

t. . .a. .,- l - ! W II M III m, ! ...I I "" " ! I I l I . -.... I .,. i . I !, i I ip M II I !! . a , fcl II I1-S SEWS OP THE NEIGHBORHOOD. "PLAT or pay" hone talk. It is more KW -ADVERTISEMENTS. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. ' !"'' ' fashionable to say: TJse Dr. Bull's Congh J . ,. ,. ...-..-- ., 1 - Byrup. pi n I i-Tlf7irl Tf-M-i. 'W I ' a v n n a A V n. a I WSWv W.TSS. 4 -F" . -l u . . - . ,uwi Q b. & B,HHBt H Iff mom llbfcJF "Every Twentieth I Everv Twentieth I IWfflffliWAVMMr . I . . jfi !sLJm IMAM'S HAT OUT. floosiers Think Some of the Plums Should be dropped Into it and BOOM HUSTON POR THE CABINET. A Speech That Is Regnrded ns Very Slgnlfl cunt The Prenldcnt-Elcct Wants a Tare Bnllot Frnnk liiscock Believed to be a Pilgrim Bearing Fence Offer Iocs From New York's Ficlit luff Factions Speculations. Indiana now comes to the front with a petition for place. The Hoosicrs think that one of their favorite sons should bold a portfolio, and Huston w...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 3 January 1889

THE BICYCLE BELLES The Female'Eiders Haye An other Yery Exciting Day. AN AMUSING UMPIRE. HATTELEWIS STILL LEADS A Probable BigEifle Match Between Hnjsins 'and Walter. IKTERESTIKG BASE BALL SEWS, . C. McClelland Accepts the Challenge of Gns Guerrero. GENEE1L SPOUTING KBITS OF THE DAT The female bicyclists were patronized tnore largely yesterday than either on Mon day or Tuesday. This fact, doubtless, was attributable to the exeiting struggle going on between Miss Jessie Oakes and Miss Hattie Lewis. The contest between thesa two was sustained all yesterday, and while Miss Oakesrednced thelead of her opponent, she failed to overtake her. Both con testants rode with remarkable brav ery and speed. Tlieie were many interesting features in the race yesterday. One was the very large attendance of ladies. They were really more enthusiastic about the race than the centlcmen, and.it was evident that each had a favorite. Dunn? last evening George D. Noremac and Frank H.Hart, the pedestrians, pr...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 3 January 1889

fBSTi RSKS !thepittsbukgispatgh; ?HjmsimF&muRY$ msm mrrnQ ?3SJS , LOCAL Lin STOCK. Leading Features of Markets at the East Liberty Yards. THE GRADE OF CATTLE IMPROVED, Light Weight Hogs in Better Demand and Higher Priced. GOOD SHEEP AXD LAMBS VERY FIRM Office of The Pittsbuik; Dispatch, ) Vedesdai January 2, 1889. The receipts of cattle Monday were TO loads, against 65 the previous Monday. The average number of receipts throucu Novem ber were about 150 cars. Through Decem ber the local receipts of cattle at the Liber ty yards were not more than one-half those of November. This decline is an index to the large consumption of poultry, name and oysters, which is always a cart of the Christmas festivities. Another reason for the decline is the absence of Eastern buyers, who in the fall months laid in their stockers and feeders for this season. The stock-raisers of the Eastern counties manage to lay in their stock before December. With the falling off of demand from this source, and ...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 3 January 1889

SB. CHAIN, OF TEXAS, Gibes at Mr. Sowden, of Pennsylvania, and the Latter Eetorts With EEFEEENCE TO NEW YEAR CALIS. 'Sympathy Felt for Both Gentlemen Because They are Democrats. THE SENATE DISCUSSES THE TAKIFP. Cotton Talen tp, and the Point Made That Farmers Votes Settled the Election. The National Legislative bodies met yes Urday after the holiday recess. In the 'Senate the tariff bill was taken up and dis cussed, but no progress made. In the House Mr. Crain, of Texas, and Mr. Sow den, of Pennsylvania, exchanged compli ments which verged upon insult, during The discussion of the river and harbor bill. 2fo progress was made in this, either. "Washington, January 2. In the House .to-day during the discussion of the river and harbor, bill, Mr. Sowden, of Pennsyl vania, made an attack upon the bill as being (extravagant and wasteful, and directed his criticism especially against the appropria Itions for improvements in Texas. This brought Mr. Crain, of Texas, to his feet, and he congra...

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

-?ff.S SMALL ADVERTISEMEHTS fi PP$fofttg HEW HIGH CLASS FICTION. "Tho Colonel's Cards," a purely American novel, wfll begin in THE DISPATCH of next Sunday. For to-morrow's DISPATCH can be left at main office till midnight or at branch offices till 9 P. M. Dicinttd) FORTY-TKEKD YEAH. GOV BEAVER LAUGHS And Secretary Stone Smiles Amusedly With Private Sec retary Pearson at THE CHARGE OF COLLUSION iladeby Ex-Representative KoMnson and Denied by Them. IHE1E STOET OF THE EEYENUE BILL. They Admit the Affair Was Faulty and Not Satisfactory, Bat Say the Governor Would Hare Signed it if it Had Been Beady For His Autograph Aa Investi gation of Ten Days, and What it Proved The Governor bays Mr. BoDiuson is a Good Fellow. Governor Beaver seems inclined to laugh away ex-Kepresentatire Eobinson's charge. . He repeats the history of the failure of the last revenue bill. His statement is cor roborated by Secretary Stone and Private Secretary Pearson. Granger Rhone well pleased with a portion of the ...

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

-7? ft. II A BAD BOX Allegheny Cotracilmen Discuss the Charter Move. EVILS OF THE THIED CLASS. City Solicitor Elphinstone Explains the Situation. flUXTER DENIES SOME CHARGES, And Says the Committee Are Not After Any Pat Offices. ACTION POSTPONED TILL TDESDAT A special session of Allegheny Councils was held last night to consider the charter legislation. President Lindsay called the Select branch to order, and Mr. Henricks immediately moved to go into joint session for the purpose of hearing a statement from City Solicitor Elphinstone. Mr. Hartman was opposed to this, and objecting to taking any action, saying the Supreme Court had not made a decision on the question yet, and things were going along all right Mr. Lare and Mr. Henricks favored the joint session, and finally, with the understanding that Select Council would only listen to the City Solicitor's statement and would not vote in joint session, the motion was adopted. Mr. Lindsay presided at the joint session, and City Solic...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 4 January 1889

THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, SWAY, JANUARY 4, ACCIDENT INSDBANCB Another Suit to be Entered Against an Insuring Association, TO BECOVER THE TARDY BENEFITS The Domestic Troubles of tlie lIcGearys Eecalled by a Decision. GE5EKAL SEWS OF TIIE COUXTT COURTS Thomas H. Davis, Esq., has prepared the papers arid will this morning file them in the case of Joseph Mickel vs the Peoples' Mutual Accident Insurance Association of Pittsburg. On the ISth of July, 1887, the defendant company issued to plaintiff a pol icy, or certificate, of membership, agreeing to'pay to him $15 a week "if he should sus tain bodily injuries which, independent of all other causes, should prevent him from prosecuting his regular occupation, and to pay him the same sum during the continu ance of such total disability as would immc- however, 26 consecutive weeks from the tune of accident. ,.. The plaintiff is a class blower and sets lortn that on the ISth of October, 1SS7. while encased In hisregular and ordinary occupation,...

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

isffy M$$$tt ESTABLISHED FEBRUARY 8, 1810, Vol. ; Xio. SH. Enttrca ai Plttsbnrg Post vQce, November 14, 1SST, as secona-ciass matter. Business Office 97 and09 Fifth Avenue. News Rooms and Publishing House 75, 77 and 79 Diamond Street. This paper Laving more than Double the circulation of nnjr other In the State outside cl Philadelphia, its advantage as an adver tising medium will be apparent TERMS OF THE DISPATCH. rOSTACE FltEE Cf TOE TOTTED STATES. Daily DrsrATcn, One Year. I 8 00 Daily Dispatch, Tcr Quarter 200 Datlv Dispatch, One Month '" Daily Dispatch, Including Sunday, one year 1000 Daily Dispatch, including Sunday, per quarter 2S0 Daily Dispatch, including Sunday, one month. 90 Eckdat Dispatch, oneycar IM Weekly Dispatch, one year 133 The Daily Dispatch Is delivered by carriers at 3.' cents per week, or includincttiebunday edition, siIQcents per week. PITTSBURG. FRIDAY, JAN. i 18S9. THE EATLEOAD SITUATION. The review of this country's railroad in terests for the year 1888, wh...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 4 January 1889

THE PITTSBTJ-RG- DISPATCH, FRIDAY, JANTTART 41880 - ' ' 5 "iB COMACKEBS CONFESS To Having Been Manufacturing Spur ious Coins for Over 35 Years, A COURTROOM. MwrlMelJceMM Granted Teiterday. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. OFFICIAL-MTTSBURG. raVffoPVERTIgElHEKTg. . r nrrrtA WEW ADYEKTlHfcaiSSTH '," f:::::::::::::Xk WATTLES & SHEAFER, &&tt tflW - " 'M viewers 01 street improvement pr"""" ""Tfl Mfffl r n JmK. .ML Mtm ., their duties, mntmc appeaU to Councils and. ... . ' v;.:;:":--'-.".- JSxQ&& ''SWaA fl bfiBI HfalflH luiflfl 9M TO-DJL"2" I I ATTEMPTED SDICIDE OS A TRAIN. Johnstown to he Connected with rittstrarg by Telephone. ALL TIIU CREAM OP ROUNDABOUT NEWS IfrTClAL TtLZGRAX TO THE OISrATCH. Altooxa, Pa., January 3. Solomon Stroup and "William M. McCartney -were given hearings before United States Com missioner Ambrose this afternoon on the charge of making and passing counterfeit money. They were both held without bail for trial at the Circuit Court at Scranton on March 4. S...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 4 January 1889

HATTIE STILL LEADS. She Makes It Exciting at the Female Bicycle Eace. MISS OAKES BECOMES ILL. SulIiTan and Kilrain Will Mate a Match on Monday. STEATTON WILL EDK M'CLELLAXD. The Australian Ball Teams to Play in Pittsburg. GENERAL SPORTING SEWS OP THE DAT There was another exciting time at the Grand Central Kink yesterday by the fe male bicyclists. During the day between 3,000 and 4,000 entered the building, nearly one-half being ladies. The way in which the high-priced seats were patronized showed that, hundreds of citizens who are not usually seen at sporting events are en thusiastic about the fair bicycle contestants. "Without doubt there is much to interestand excite in the contest, and it is only fair to say that the three lo cal contestants are riding with a grace and speed that is remarkable as well as surprising. Certainly the two professionals hare so far struck a "snag," and probably they were never more disappointed than they were this week. Hattie Lewis, who wasn't consid...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 4 January 1889

PITTSBURG- DISPATCH, FRIDAY, . JAKUABT 4, 4889. LOCAL LITE STOCK. Week's Transactions at East Liberty live Stock Yards. LIGHT FAT CATTLE ARE IN DEMAND light Hon of Boss, Markets are ActiTe for Light Weights. SHEEP ASD LAMBS A SHADE HIGHEE Office of The Pittsburg: Dispatch, Thursday, January 3, 1SS9. ( Cattle markets hare been unusually draggy all the week. Supplies have not been lare, but buyers are scarce. The quality of cattle received this week has been above the average of receipts for sev eral weeks past. "While no strictly primes were received, there were scarcely any of the low trades, 'which had so great a run last month. Good shipping cattle went begging for cus tomers, and a number of loads were shipped through in first hands. For this class prices ruled lower than last week. The only thing active and firm in the cattle line was light fat stock. It will be seen by the accompanying report that there has been an increase of local re ceipts and sales of cattle of 230 head ove...

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

FRIDAY, JANUARY v? r VERYHARDSLEDD1IG Perils That Environ Conscientious County Commissioners IN EQUALIZING ASSESSMENTS. The First Appeals to Be Heard Townships To-JTorrw. Frtm .DISCEEPAXCIES IS OCCUPATION TAX Country debating societies still at inter Yftls debate the qnestion: "Is Conscience a Safe Moral Guide?" The Allegheny County Commissioners will univocally, in all prob ability, give an answer in the negative. They find not so much trouble in the farm ing nor in the city districts as in the bor oughs ia reconciling the erratic returns made to them by assessors, and the triennial jrear is a source of tribulation that the un initiated can scarce fathom. For instance, one year Homestead bor ough assessors tried to do their duty as they understood the law, and the consequence was that Homestead property was rated so much higher than Braddock, equally valu able, at least, that the Commissioners were in a quandary as to what should be done. To raise Braddock to its actual value would...

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

WMMMlMsMMsEMWW?iaiinMsgr'JiMissMssTrssgij JSSTCS35HIBBpHB8ESfl tsssSUBHHHMsS JMSHHJI 4H , S 1EW-H16H-CUSS FICTIOI SMALL ADVERT1SEMEHTS For to-morrow's DISPATCH can be left at main offlca till midnight . or at branch offices till 9 P.M. m ppprttti - -"--ivvbsssssssssssssssbI v- -- " i m "The Colonel's Cards," a purely American novel, will begin in THE DISPATCH of to-morrow. THREE GENTS at -a PORTY-THIKD TEAR BLAINE ELS SAFE. He is so Certain of His Cabinet Calling That He Settles in Washington. NO WESTERN TRIP NEEDED, The Bargain Was Consummated in Indianapolis Last Fall, GEN. WILLIAMSON GETS A FOETUNE. A Rich Stroke of Falo for tlie Ex-Land Commissioner "ew Year's Day Recep tion) In Washington Come Too High Hour a Cat! net Possibility A Private Residence Wanted for the President. The Jefferson Club to Change Its Name A Caso of Lore at First Sight. "While everyone else is in doubt as to Elaine's goiDg into President Harrison's Cabinet the man from Maine doesn't seem to be. He is so c...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 5 January 1889

laMnariffa i itimni mi. i .m.,. i THE PITTSBTJKG DISPATCH, SATUEDAT, JANUARY 5, 1889. , ' - ' r " --$; i THE SOmiEVEIGE, A Story TVitli a Tery Dramat ic Climax in Pittsburg. IT BEGAN IN IRELAND "With the Crnel Desertion of a Young Wife 26 Years Since. THE HDSBAKD IS FOLLOWED HERE By a Han Whom He Last Kissed as His Baby in the Long Ago. A REMARKABLE ROMANCE UNFOLDED AKemesishas at last touched the heels of a Pittsburg man. It was 26 years coming, and theibotsteps that were dogged led from Ireland to this city. Superintendent Mc Aleese and Detective Sol Coulson scented this end of the trail, and the denouement they brought about laid bare a romantic story. The reader must be taken back 28 years, and be introduced to the parties in the rural Tillage of Collooney in County Sligo, Ireland. There, in the year 1859, lived Bridget Keogh, a young country lass of 18, and a neighboring boy of about the same age. He was a handsome specimen of Irish manhood, and his rollicking nature made him a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 5 January 1889

.IIMWPfWK . qpVl Sf -3-sT'v -v-y " " V - '' n- THE PITTSBURG- - DISPATCH, SATURDAY, JANUARY 5, 188. SJtliiSflSfRBeFFwWeA''JlFW -;r. -:' ff-r-''-n ' :- ip-.x r;- r; . "' s ; "3 HOT A DOUBLE TRACK President John Newell Dispels an Illusion on the P. & L. E. IT OWES $1,000,000 AT PRESENT, And Won't Undertake a Km Depot or Costly Improvements. AN OBDER FOE 500 KW CARS IS OUT An important special meeting of the di rectors of the Pittsburg and Lake Erie Bail road was held at the company's offices yes terday. President John Newell and J. T. Harahan, the new Assistant General Man ager of the Lake Shore, were present After the meeting President Newell said to a reporter: "The meeting to-day was pre liminary to the annual meeting of the shareholders, to be held on the 22d. The directors declared the usual semi-annual dividend of 3 per cent, and ordered 500 new gondola cars. These cars will be built by Western firms; but I don't know now who they will be. A few days ago we ordered 1,000 ton...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 5 January 1889

4 THE PITTSBURG- DISPATCH," SATURDAY, JANUARY 5, 1889. - ' ??' fc H $$k m m ESTABLISHED FEBRUARY S, 1816. VoL A "o. 333. Entered llttsburg 1'ost cBce, November M, 1SS7, as ioond-ciass matter. Business Office 97 and 99 Fifth Avenue. News Rooms and Publishing House 75, 77 and 79 Diamond Street. This paper having more lhan Double the circulation of any other In the State outside cl Philadelphia, Its advantages as an adver tising medium will be apparent TEltMS OF THE DISPATCH. rOSTACE rare IX THE cmiid states. Dailt OisrjLTCH, One Year. f 8 00 Daily Dispatch, rcr Quarter soa UAILT DisrATCB, One Month J" Daily Dispatch, including Sunday, one rear 10 00 Dailt Disi-atcii, Including Sunday, per quarter 250 Dailt Disfatch, Including Sunday, ona month. 90 ECXDAY DlsrATCH, one year - ISO Weekly Dispatch, one year 1 3 ain Daily Disfatcu Is dellTtred by carriers at '.'cents per weet, or including thesnndayedltlon, at SO cents per week. PITTSBURG. SATURDAY. JAN. 5, 1SS9. MB. E0BIKS0ITS POINTS. Mr...

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