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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 31 January 1889

FORTY-THIRD YEAR. Prince Bismarck and His Son, Count Herbert, Receive a Scathing Scorching. SOME AWFUL PLAIN TALK By Editor Stead, TVlio is Coached by tlie Dowager Empress Yictoria. A MINISTERIAL DYNASTY Is Claimed to be Bismarck's Pet Scheme, to Which He is Bend ing All His Energies. HERBERT IS PAPA'S LITTLE BOY, But Has Inherited Only His Father's Brutality, While the latter Has Lost His Sagacity. TIERIBLE CHAEGES BLUNTLY MADE The London Contemporary Review pub lishes a terrible denunciation of Prince Bis marck and his son Herbert. The article is written by Editor Stead, of the Pall Mall Gazette, but is supposed to be in spired by the Dowager Empress Victoria. The charges of political dishonesty, and worse, are made in plain language, and without any attempt to soften its harshness. The Prince is charged with being willing to use any means to create a ministerial dynasty for the benefit of his son, and that his hatred of Frederick III. and his wife was caused by their in dependenc...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 31 January 1889

H ii n jniT mr; i X7Z1 rMTf.i i W "' T7""1a"iir II .HT i i sr.iB 5: MMSWEEP; Tlie Standard Oil Company Gobbles Another Concern, THE AMAZON OIL COMPANY, And is Now Practically the Sole Owner of the Ohio Oil Field. THE DEAL CONCLUDED LAST NIGHT, lor a Consideration of About $300,000, in J. II. Guffey s Office. IS THERE ANOTHER ONE TO CONQUER? The Standard Oil Company yesterday bought tUe stock, leasehold of land, oil wells and all appurtenances of the Amazon Oil .Company, one of the largest petroleum producing corporations in Ohio. The Amazon Oil Company operated 6,000 acres of the most valuable oil territory in Ohio, situated in Wood and Sandusky counties. It was organized in last June by a number of Pennsylvania capitalists. Their capital stock amounted to 5300.000. Mr. J. M. Guffey was Presi dent of the concern, A. W. Mellon Treas urer and E. P. Miller Secretary. The directors and owners of the property were Messrs. G. W. Sill, T. J. Vandergrift, C. "Underwood. R. P. Miller, J. M. ...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 31 January 1889

JHHHHHNNMHMMMWIWIHM M V " ' ' . ... , I ....--, T . - .. - , - BionfffftlQ TIPAUiftAft ' JNG1NERS - 1 Unusual Interest Attaches to the -Drawing of a Grand Jury. A MAGISTERIAL CORONER IS FIRST To Come Out of the Wheel of Fortune, and a Murder Juror Third. OLD STAGERS TO THE FBOXT OXCE MORE Owing to the attention that has of late been drawn to our jury system, and especi ally the grand jury part of it, the members of the nest grand jury, which was drawn vestcrday, for the March term of the Crim inal Court, will be of interest to all, and especially to taxpayers and those who will be immediately affected. This interest drew quite a concourse yesterday to witness the drawing and learn the kind of material of which it was lornied. Judges Collier and Magee were on hand, and Sheriff McCand lessdrew the names and ex-Sheriff Gray wrote names and occupations. The draw ing baa the usual political flavor about it, some of those present remarking from time to time, "He's a good Republican and wa...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 31 January 1889

lPZTTSBtTRG-1 -5TTT iTSm B t P 4 ESTABLISHED FEBRUARY 8, 1646L Vol. 4 No. 359. Entered at Pittsburg Post oflicc November 14. 17, as second-class matter. Business Office 07 andOO Fifth Avenue. News Rooms and;publishing,House75t 77 and 70 Diamond Street. This paper Lai ins luorc than Double tho circulation of any other in the State outside of Philadelphia, its ndvantaccs as an adtcr lifting medium Mill be apparent TEIOIS OF THE DISPATCH. rOSTAGE TOEE IS THE CKITED STATES. Daily Dispatch, one Year t SM 1)A1LT DISPATCH, Per Quarter SOO Dailt U1EPATCU. Onellonth Daily DisrATCii, including Sunday, one year 1000 Dailt Dispatch, Including bnnday, per quarter "SO Daily msr-Aica, including bunday. ono month M EUXDAY Dispatch, one year IM Weekly Dispatch, one jear 1 25 The Daily Dispatch Is delivered by carriers at 15 cents per neck, orincludlnglue&undayi.dlUou. at iOcen taper week. PITTSBURG, THURSDAY, JAN. SI, 1889. GERMANY'S PE0P0SAL. The latest publications on the Samoan question hardl...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 31 January 1889

M. - 11 'CERTAIN IS DEATH. A State Kerenue Bill Prepared by the Executive Department FOE THE COLLECTION OP TAXES. Its Provisions so Explicit and Its Penalties so Severe That 50 KIC1I MAX OR WOMAN CAN ESCAPE. A Comprthensne Outline of the Important rortlons of the Measure. The revenue bill prepared by the Execu tive Department of the State is very com plete. It provides for a method of taxation which is expected to prevent escape from payment by a holder of valuable personal property. Money-making corporations are especially looked after. The penalties for non-compliance with provisions of the act are very severe. A synopsis is given below by our staff correspondent tritOM A STAFF COBRESrOXDENT. J Hakeisbukg, January 30. The pro visions of the revenue bill prepared in the Executive Department follow: All personal property of the classes herein after enumerated shall pay to the Common wealth annually a tax of S mills on each dollar of the actual value; all mortgages, all monejs owing ...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 31 January 1889

i ' i TPIIGM DOGS. Thousands of People Attend "the Show at the Eink. JUDGES END THEIR VOBK. f Charley Mitchell Offers to Fight Jem Smith 12 Hounds. EIDGE CHALLENGES M'CLELLAKD. Local City Poolsellers Will Not Push Their Amendment. GENERAL SPORTING NEWS OF THE DAT Theresas nothing tame or disconragirg about the local dog show yesterday. The spacious rink was crowded all day and the immense number of visitors was made up of all classes. It was a successful day and no doubt of it Ladies were almost as numerous as gentlemen, while youngsters were present in strong force. Nobody seemed more enjqyed than the little ones, BEAU AXD LITTLE GIPST QUEEN. and when a big mastiff put out its paw to any of them, or a little pug jumped round for their pleasure, the seventh heaven of delight was reached. There is always lots of fun, and even much for older people to learn in watch ing the children trying to get on good terms with the dogs at the show. Of course the pugs, poodles and such like are th...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 31 January 1889

!fe LltE STOCK. Features of Trade for the Week at Central Stock Yards. THE CATTLE MARKET UNCHANGED. Light Run of Sheep and Lamhs Brings Advance in Prices. HOGS, TOO, JOIN IN THE UPWARD 1IOYE Office of the Pittsburg Dispatch, i Wednesday. January 30. 18S9. Monday's receipts ot cattle were 85 loads, about the same number as the previous Monday. Among the receipts were eight loads of stackers weighing about 800 pounds, which did not meet with a very brisk de mand. In fact a few were left unsold at last accounts. It appears to be too late in the season for a good trade in stokers. With the exception of these the grade of cattle received varied very little from last week. The run this week consisted mainly of light welchts. This class has met with readiest sale for some weeks past. The few loads of heavy cattle received were heavy in more than one sense, as demand lor this grade was very slow. There were two car loads weighing 1,470 pounds which brought 4 50. The same would have readily ...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 31 January 1889

r I I I r 4 AND ITER MIX, The Clarion County Oil Well .Drillers Declare Themselves To be Decidedly IN FAVOR OF PROHIBITION, A Business Much Too Hazardous to Be Intrusted to Drinkors. KMOXSTRAXCES STDCKIXTHE SXOW. The Feeling In Clarion County Hopes for the Fassnce of the Amendment A Talk With Ifae Men of the Derricks A Chnngo of Chnractei A Party Question- Cessna , .Set Right A Democratic Ex-OfHcIal Talks-Power of the Y. C. T. V.A. Hotel Keeper's View Farmers Want a Market for Rye. The chances are slightly in favor of Con stitutional amendment, with a close contest, in Clarion county. More has been done in the last week to swing Clarion into line for the issue by intimations in a public way that she is training with the liquor people than by anything else. The Dispatch's special commissioner finished up his tour of Vne northern oil regions by a talk with der rick field-men themselves. They are for temperance. Thus far our canvass of coun ties shows the following result: w O 2 S 2. C...

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

THREE CENTS TO ACT. Startling News From Samoa Stirs the Senate to a Sense - of Its Serious Duty. IT LOOKS MORE LIKE WAR. The Police Force at Apia De , clared Placed Under Ger man Control, and ALL VESSELS OYEBHAULED In Search of Articles Contraband of War, the Richmond Being Boarded First. HALF A MILLION TOE DEFENSE Toted by the Senate, and the Charleston Ordered Pitted Oat at Once for Active Service. MAETIAL LAW IS OFFICIALLY DECLARED Senators Reagan and Frye agreed fully yesterday that the situation in Samoa is se rious enough to warrant all that has been said of it, and more. During the debate in the Senate a dispatch was received and read, stating that the Germans had taken control of the Apian police force, and were search ing all vessels arriving at that port The amendment pending and the diplomatic and consular bill were at once passed. Sec retary Whitney has ordered the Charleston fitted out at once for active service. Consul Sewell fears a conflict has already taken place be...

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

KaSSES Mftyunaj THAT BIG SALE. The Unloading'of South Penn Stock Causes Surprise. i SIXTY GENTS THE PEICE. TVill the Eoad be Abandoned or Will it be Completed ? PRESIDENT DEPEW'S OPINION. He Says the Pennsj Will 2fot Secure Con trol of the Line. M THE P1TTSBUBGERS SOT SQUEEZED The exclusive publication in yesterday's Dispatch of the sale of the Hostetter and Frick interests in the South Pennsylvania Railroad to the Yanderbilts, and the proba ble abandonment of the enterprise, caused quite a sensation in the city. At first it was not believed, owing to the meager details. Large manufacturing con - cerns -who do a great amount of shipping, and who thought the completion of the road acertaintr, began to telephone the stock holders who were known to be in the city, and ask them if the statement was true. The latter were almost as much in doubt as were the inquirers, and could give no in formation in regard to the matter. Messrs. Jones, Bagaley, McKee and Ferguson were surprised at the t...

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

1 1 i ! i hi miii w p ii i ii nm in i 1 1 i in im ii i i m i . . iz. . yi, -SFv , !.?, ' '31 THE PITTSBTJEG- DISPATCH, JERIDAT, PEBEUART 1 1889. m.tjzmi$rwiF T5 r ?i s-. -?inf. IN THE CATS HEART. The Board of Assessors' Valuations in the Third Ward Show Some EEMARKABLE GROWTHS IN VALUE An Average of at Least Forty Per Cent of an Increase is Shown. THEATERS AND BUSINESS HOUSES The greater part of the assessments of the Third ward was finished yesterday. Final decisions were not reached on Diamond street and Virgin alleys, but the rest are practically settled. Below will be found the assessments on Fifth avenue, Liberty avenue, Smithfield, Wood and Market streets, and the more important points on Grant street, Sixth and Seventh avenues. Until -the final corrections are made in the book the totals and the percentage of increase cannot be given, but the increase will at least average 40 per cent. The figures are appended; in cases where new buildings are in course of construction the as...

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

iSi .- ? aswi?' '! THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, FRIDAY, 'FEBRUARY -1,. 1889. 1 I ESTABLISHED FEBRUARY 8, 1S16. Vol. o. S80. Entered ai I'lttsbnrg 1'ost ofiic, November M, lfeJC, as secund-ciass matter. Business Office 97 and.99 Fifth Avenue. News Eooins and Publishing; House-75, 77 and 70 Diamond Street Thla paper linTing more than Double the circulation of any other In the State outside of Philadelphia, Its advantages nn adver (Iting medium will be apparent. TERMS OF THE DISPATCH. rOETXGE TTXEE IN THE TOTTED STATES. UATLT DISPATCH, One Tear. i SCO Daily Dispatch, Per Quarter 200 Daii-y DisrATcn. OneJuonih '" Datlt Dispatch, Including bandar, one year. 10 00 Daily Dispatch, Including Sunday, per quarter 150 Daily Disr-ATCH, Including bunaay. one month....... .. .............................. qo J-OXDAY Dispatch, one year ISO Weekly Dispatch, one year 1 s The Daily Dispatch 1 delivered by carriers at 15 cents per w eck, orlncludlngthebuudaj edition, at SO cents per week. PITTSBURG, FRIDAY...

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

HF . "' ' '' THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, PEIDAT, PEBRtJAET 1, 1889; -1-- . f.'-,- - ' " & m : : : 1 : ; '. 2SB1 It IS NEW ADVERT) SfcJtfSSTS "wmreur as workers PRICE T0 STIFP- a legal giant talks. &j&f.&!2 KEWADTERTlsKaiEt;TS- g"" .. ir.U.XJX1 iXU ww, ..... J "6" - - -..... - i M . NotCetaBurcrYr.tcr.ia,. Continued from First Page. WESTERN ASSENGEE TEDST. NU I ILt Uf KtlfflUVAL! If ' An Interesting Report trom the GOT- The assignee's sale of the Farmers and yi . ' eminent Bureau Of Labor. Mechanics' Bank, on the Southside, com- HE menced yesterday morning at 10 o'clock. K There were a number of people at the bank, W TilMU iUlii la iie liAiiUfj vmiiiS. Terj Many Are Occupied Both at the Shop and Their Homes. HEROIC STEUGGLES AGAINST POTERTI. the Strain Has a BtTere Meet on the Health of the Weary IVoilers. Commissioner "Wright, of the, Bureau of Labor, has made a report on "Working "Women in Great Cities." Their condition, as ascertained by interviews, is summar ized. The...

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

gaafcsgjBWjjWftB5jl5MMa K I&mm .;Wg WW srim' 7r THE PITTSBTJIIQ- DISPATCH,' 'FBID AT, ' FEBRTJY ' 1, '' '1889. rAL SPALDING'S VIEW ffle. States That His Teams "WIU Play in America. KHEPLAYEBS SAYAWOBB. President Kimick Poinls Out What llie League Law Is. flGDMBEBT REFUSES CHICAGO'S BID. 'An Interesting Two-Year-Old Eace Between Local Tonngsters. GENERAL SPORTING SEWS OF TEE DAT Baseball enthusiasts are now given an .other instalment of interesting news con cerning the Australian ball players, that is the players now covering the world's circuit tinder the guidance or order of President Spalding, of the Chicago club. Al Pratt, who has been on a brief visit West, returned yes terday, and he told of the contents of a very important letter that Mr. Walter Spalding had received from President Al Spalding. The letter referred definitely to two very important features of tbe trip, probably the most Important. Mr. Pratt read the letter, and yesterday he said: "Mr. Spalding's letter from...

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

IKiK T. vJ?f Mr'tlTfsSuM bffifcAtfOfi, MDAY, MEttAItY 1, 1889. T -i ; ITOBlSfiqfls 4. f LOCAL LITE STOCK. v eek s Transacuons ai me Last mu- erty Slock Yards. 'CATTLE TRADE IN BUYERS' PAYOR. Light Hogs Scarce and Higher, HeaTj Weights More Slowly, GOOD SHEEP AXD LAMBS I2J DEMAXD Office of the Pittsburg Dispatch, Thursday. January 31, 1SS9. "With returns for the week all in it ap pears that local cattle receipts and sales vary very little this week from last. There is no improvement in markets. The supply from Chicago is much lighter this week than last A leadingdealerthusputsthesituation for the mortu past: "The cattle market since January 1 has shown features different from anything I have known in 2J years' experience " at the liberty yards. As a rule prices advance through this month, but we have had an alto gether different experience this season. Though supplies have been light and for two or three weeks past little above one-half the number of heads received at the beginning o...

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

F BWjBBHiiBBiMBBBBBBBKMBIIlBBBHMHHBBB a:w friyHgTrf "THE iPITTSBIfilblSPATOH, ' TRiDAT," PEBRITlRX 7 V " 1889; 8 - . '. --; . - - - - .i "ap,? ,wiiw'3Jt e' " - : - sm ty us-wmis ' T -- j- ' ; '. fv j r'MXcrar.tw- v ' 'rv ' cv " t if I HER HOPES BLASTED. An Aged Widow and Widower. Fig ure in a Breach of Promise Case, HER ATTORNEY GROWS POETIC. Counsel for Convicted Murderer Mores for a Ifew Trial. Dimey OTHER COUET SUITS AM) XON SUITS. LATE NEWS IN BRIEF. The suit of Mrs. Mary Shubkagel against Joseph Dierstein, for damages for breach of promise of marriage, was placed on trial yesterday before Judge Magee. Mrs. Shnb kagel, the plaintiff, it is stated, is oyer CO years of age and the mother often grown up children. Dierstein, the defendant, is her senior by several years. John S. Eohb, Esq.,representedMrs.ShuhkagelandMessrs. "Whitesell & Son. defended Dierstein. The case was opened by Mr. Kobb, who, in his address to the jury, dwelt at length upon the blighted affections of the l...

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

FORTY-THIRD TEAR NO WAR NOW. Germany's Agents in Samoa Called Down by Bismarck for Being Too Previous. THEIR ZEAL APPRECIATED, But He Says They Vent Too Far in Subjecting Foreign ers to Martial law, BAYAED SCOBES A POKT, And Jingoism Suffers a Severe Ee- lapse at the Seat of War, the United States Senate. JOHN SHERMAN, THE STATESMAN, A Central Figure, Towering Above the Fearful Carnage Wrought by the Belligerents. WHITSEriSM MEETS WITH A BACKSET Jingoism can rest again for awhile. The war is over. Bismarck telegraphs Mr. Bayard that the German authorities in Samoa Trent a little too far in their martial law proclamation, and they shall not do so again. It is for President Cleveland and Secretary Bayard to smile now and the fire eaters in the Senate can be content with the knowledge that they've had their day. Further information is awaited by the Beichstae before it proceeds to talk war with anybody. tEFECUL TELEGJUM TO TEE DISPATCH. Washington, February 1. Jingo speeches, jingo res...

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

WtfO Tff gmr zzprpzw1? S3 tj-N ---- ft lODEUMPITJO. Is Wliat Engineer Wolfenden . Asks and Plans For. HIS CENTRAL JSLDOBABO Would Be Two Miles Square, Built on a Plan Like Washington's, WITH MOST UNIQUE FEATURES. Kailroads Would Draw to It as if By Magic, Bo It Would Boom. TWO GREAT POLTTECHKIC SCHOOLS James Wolfenden, of lock Haven, is an engineer and mechanic, stopping at the Cen tral Hotel. He has been in the city tor the past four weeks, putting in boilers for the "Westinghouse Electric Company. During his hours of rest Mr. Wolfenden does some quiet thinking of his own, and for some time has been trying to work up public in terest in two or three schemes, a little vis ionary, probably, but commendable for the novelty of their conception and the pro gressiveness of the Cesign. Mr. Wolfenden has embodied his ideas in quaint language in an appeal to the Legis lature, which he has sent to Bepresentative Graham. He wants the Capital located near the center of the State. His plan is t...

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

THE. PITTSBURG- DISPATCH, SATTJEDAY, PEBRTJARY 2, 1889., 3: &g?fvm, -i- . . . . . XSrDltplay advertisement one dollar ptr square for, one insertion. Classified advertise ments on this page such as Wanted, For Sale, To Let, ri&, ten cents per line for each inser tion, and none taken for lest than fifty cents. THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH BRANCH OFFICES. For the accommodation of the public, Branch Offices have been established at the following places, where Want, For Sale, To Let, and other transient advertisements will be received up to 9 P. M. for inser tion nest morning: Advertisement are to be prepaid except -where advertisers already have account! with Tax DIS PATCH. riTTSBUEG. THOMAS MCCAFFKEY, 38 Bntler street. EMIL 6. STUCKEY. Mtta street and l'enn are. E. G. STUCKEY&CO., Wylieave. and Fultouat, N. STOKELY, Filth Avenue Market Haute. EAST XJTD. J. TV. WALLACE, 6121 Pcnn aTenne.. : OAKLAND. WCALLISTEK & SHEIBLERth av. Atwooa it. EOUTnsrox. JACOB SPOHN, No. 2 Carson st...

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

je 9$pal& ESTABLISHED FEBBUARY 8, IMS. Vol. , 'o. 361. Entered at rittsburg Post office, November H, 18k?. a second-class matter. Business Offlce 07 and 09 Fifth Avenue. News Booms and Publishing House 75, 77 and 79 Diamond Street. This paper hnTinc more than Double the circulation of anyotber in the State onulde of Philadelphia, its udvnntases as on udTer tislnc medium will be apparcut. TE11MS OF THE DISPATCH. rosTAor rEEZ IN the emiui states. Daily Dispatch, One Year. f 800 DAU.T DlBFATcn, 1'er Quarter SOQ UAH.T Dispatch. One Month " Uailt Dispatch, including Sunday, on year 1000 Daxlt DisrATCIL including Bandar, per quarter 250 Daily dispatch, including Sunday, one month 10 ErarjAT Dispatch, oneyear. 150 Wxxkly Dispatch, oneyear 155 Thi Daily Dispatch Is delivered by carriers at 15 cents per week, orlncludlnstliesandayedltloa, at SOcents per -week. PITTSBURG, SATURDAY, FEB, 21SS9. THE VALUE OF A BACKBONE. It is important, in view of the dispute concerning Samoa, to note that ...

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