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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 8 February 1889

a : -s THE PITTSBTJKG- ' DISPATCH," PKIDAT, PEBRUABT 8, 1889. IOEE LIGHT WANTED, A Legislative Investigation of the Penitentiary Demanded. PROMPT ACTION WILL BE TAKEN Bj the Governor if the Inspectors Fail In Their Duty. EOTAN AND BOBBINS COME TOGETHER. Tie Appropriation Committee Will Take a Haul In The Matter. demands it and the street is not necessary. It also provides that in changes of grades where existing streets cross cxistinc railways the ex pense of the chance shall ha divided between the city and the railroads. Senator Hobbins has asked for a legisla tive investigation of the management of the "Western Penitentiary. A special commit tee was not appointed, but the matter was referred to the Appropriation Committee, the Chairman of which, Senator Iteyburn, intimated that the institntion wonld get no more money from the State until the com mittee is thoroughly satisfied with its man agement. Governor Beaver says he will not interfere with the Board of Inspectors so long as t...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 8 February 1889

THE " PITTSBUKG 4 DISPATCH, ' PEJDAT, PEBRUAET 8, 1889." P IIP SHOOTERS i rSome Excellent Sport in the Cold on Spinel Hill. gLOCALSHOTSTHEWSERS 5Tommy Hogan Wants lo Fight Kowan, of Steubenville. pIKTEEESTIXG BASEBALL GOSSIP. k ""lanager Swartwood Returns From Hamil & ton With Good Sews. f GENERAL SPORTIXG MWS OF THE DAT 5. The crowd of spectators and contestants who vent out to the Squirrel Hill Gun ' Club tournament yesterday had rare sport despite the cold and biting wind that blew over the hill. Certainly the weather was not what could be reasonablv called shoot ing weather; but the exciting features of the contests made one almost forget the dis- r comforts of winter. Shooters were present from the Irwin, Eeaver FaIls,Scottdale,Greens- burg and Herron Hill clubs. The arrangements, that is the preparations, n Xor the comfort of the spectators, however, were excellent. The club house was heated, and was as comfortable as a parlor. Only those, therefore, who had duty outside s...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 8 February 1889

THE PITTSBURG- DISPATCH, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1889. MEAT ON THE HOOF. A Heavy Decline in tho Trices of Animals on Which We Feed. URGE RECEIPTS OP GOOD HOGS. A Big Supply of Sheep and Lambs Lowers Their Talue. THE EASX LIEEKrr WEEKLY BEFORT Through receipts of cattle are in round tumbcrs 2,000 head less than they -were for the two previous weeks. Local receipts, as will be seen by the accompanying report, are only 20 head below last week and 100 head less than the week before. By refer ence to reports for mid-January It is discovered that supplies for local cattle trade were 600 head above receipts for this week. In this week's supplies there were no crimes. and the highest price obtained was 4Jc The. (situation all the week has been in the buyer's favor. Good, smooth butcher stock, from 1,200 to 1,400 In weight, about held its own with prices of a week ago, but no more. Markets lor the best going were slow. Rough, low grade cattle and stockers suffered a decline of 10c to 15c from la...

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

THE PITTSBURG- DISPATCH, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1889. A TALE OF DYNAMITE Graphically Belated by In former Beach Before THE PAMELL COMMISSION. -. Desperate Attempt to Prove That Ire land's Champion is" AX ALLYOFPOEITICAL MURDERERS A Cold Stab at Eossa and His Claims as an Organizer. I THE SECRET MEETING IX HTTSBUEG The. evidence Riven by Informer Beach before the Parnell Commission yesterday was of a sensational character. He re vealed his connection with the various secret organizations in the United States "which were working for Ireland's freedom. He spoke of the work of the Boston Con vention, and of a secret meeting held in Pittsburg. The Attorney General sought to prove by the witness that while Parnell and his colleagues may have had no connec tion with the Peniaa outrages, yet they chose the perpetrators, knowing their character, as allies. I Loxdox, February 7. Upon the re sumption of the sitting of the Parnell Com mission to-day the witness Beach made a correction in the testi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 9 February 1889

HTb s. . ' 1 ' ' " J'A, -. - ' MWBf'i ft' " nw - x r --r - (lw.a. . - j. ?4injmc3vun . - i- ,:& --- 1'- -;'.-- l '. .- w ! J -- PttOTJj .irgAy .- PAGES' l TOr. 0 'v vv SBBlBsBHSSI2dln-l " 1 .fc j . .. t ! "".a. vl - P I"1 . '?,?": i'- " first paut . ;" fl.ii : 1 iaui iiiu,i yftiw FORTT-rOUBTH TEAR IT IS FISH. Witnesses for Maharneke in the Penitentiary Inquiry Do Some Dodging. A PARALYTIC TESTIFIES About a "Wonderful Battery and its Effect Upon Yarions Persons. THE DOCTOR TO MBS. MAIB. He Casts Another Imputation on the Conduct of the Evange listic Visitor. IGNORANCE OP SOME SEVERITIES Is Testified to by "Warden Wright, TVlio Says They Came Within Dr. Rankin's Jurisdiction. POX UKDOXE AXD ANOTHER ONE HIT The last of the testimony is in. The out come of the Riverside Penitentiary row now rests with the Board of Inspectors. They, as judge in the case, will charge themselves as jury, retire once more into secrecy and deliberate. Then again, as judge, they will pronounce sentence, i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 9 February 1889

ALDTOOUT For the Central Traction Eoad to Follow Down Town. SIXTH AVE. AND WOOD ST. Will be Traversed, With Fourth Avenue and Grant Street TO COMPLETE THE LOWER LOOP. Etalles on flerron Ave., and Not liberty, to he a Terminus. last PROPOSALS -FOE IKON WORK WANTED There was a meeting of the Central Trac tion Railway Company yesterday afternoon, at which important business was transacted. It was important from the fact that the pro ject was finally licked into shape. It was officially decided that the route would be on -"Wylie avenue, and below that down Sixth avenue, along Wood street, up Fourth avenue to Grant street, and thence back to Wylie avenue. It was also determined that the upper terminus of the road would be at the present car stables of the company, on Herron ave nue. It will doubtless, sometime, be ex tended beyond that point, bnt not this year. A committee was instructed to advertise for proposals to furnish the iron work. It was decided that the road should be in oper a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 9 February 1889

WANTED-CTXAS CIAL. CTTTANTEU-MOKTG AOES-MOMEYTO LOAN VV in suns to suit, at 4K, " Pr ?'; RAFKt(l LYON. 135 Eourth ave. ap6-el-D TTrANTED-KENTS TO COLLECT; MONTH- .BLACK A BAIKD. 93 fourth avenue. aa-aS9-D -TTTATED-MOnTGAOES LN MHif B VV small amounts: current rates or Interest. DENNISON A SCH WAN. btatlon st. andlILK. :TTTANTED-KENTrf COLLECTED 1'BOMIT V L.Y- oroperty managed with satisfaction. ALLES a'BAILEy; 161 fourth avenue, Jef- TTTANTEU-MOKTGAOES ON CITY PBOl' VV EBTY. oTer S4.O0O; 4i Der cent; no tax. HENRY A. WEAVEB A CO.. WFourth avenue. mn-a:-L V to $500,000 to loan at H. 5 and 6 per cent. JAS W IlKArE A Co., 129 ourth avenue, Pitts burg. fel-47-MWTS TT7-ANTEU-TO BORROW FOR S YEARS V $10, too on Allegheny City property valued atSM,cw: will pays per cent. Address LOAN, Allegheny, l'a. le8-43 TT A N T E D - 1IORTUAOES IN ANY amounts: 4H to 6 per cent; cltv and country: no delay. SAiuur.L, . ituAun. w.. w Fourth avenue. Ja20-S5-MThS WANTED-HOUSES TO KENT AND RENTS to collect ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 9 February 1889

$(jt BiMr ESTABLISHED FEBRUARY 8, IMS. Vol. U, o. 2. Entered ai Pittsburg Post- office, November 14. 1SS7, as secona-class matter. Business Office 97 and99 Fifth Avenue. News Rooms and Publishing; House--75, 77 and 79 Diamond Street Thl paper baring moro than Doable the elrcnlationof any other In tho State ontilde of Philadelphia, Its advantages aa on adver tising medium will be apparent. TERMS OF THE DISPATCH. yOSTAQZ FItSI IX THX CMlm STATES. DAILY DISPATCH, One Tear f SCO DAILY DISPATCH, Per Quarter 100 Daily Dispatch. OneMonth Daily Dispatch, including SundaT, one rear. 1000 DAILY DISPATCH, Including Snnday, per quarter 250 Daily Dispatch, including Sunday, one month. - to Ecxdat Dispatch, oneyear. ISO Wxisxt Dispatch, one rear 1 25 Thi Daily dispatch la delivered bjr camera at Is cent per week, orlncludlngtbebunday edition, at 20 cents per week. PITTSBURG, SATURDAY, FEB. 9, 1889. AS TO SIBir STREETS. The contributor who, in a communication elsewhere, objects to the recent asser...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 9 February 1889

JP' - THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, SATURDAY,' FEBRUARY, 9, 1889.' ' - - ! - -;: " : g w '.'9 R' l-nnTnp-TIDnTir TT A TC AG lwwdWnrS inured otter ronttaa NEW ADVggTISEMEKTS. NEW ADTERTISEMEKTS. MEW APTERTISEJxrk KEW APTPmSEMKST3. ' 1BBD t- V 1 ? 1 1 i l'i I1 IllIll ll nil lJ-iLJ mST ' committee was adopted. I 1111 111 I Hill I fill 1 Prairie Statesmen Would Like to See -- 3 A H 1 1 UTA I lll MUF m? Rpnnfnr I'lnmb S JXame urana central KlnK, wiin ine jupzart urcnes- llllllll III I II I II I I 111 & TiTrm nxt niPPioftV'C TTTTT.'P TlTcrr Samuel Wilswi was engaced yesterday at RM Yl 1 K Thej Are Tcrj Strongly Opposed to the Se- p- lecuon oi ninnorn. a n:ETrsG will be held by the citizens of -. pg SbWkW V'flAflL I U I M I ' feT- i the Sixth ward who are in favor of the Consti- VrtCW" tegSg aXIIIVIl I 11 I I V 11 WEOIS 20T QUITE SOUND ON SILTEE. lifer's Boom is Said to Hare Prematurely Withered and Faded Away. A delegation from Kansas called on the President-elect yesterday to press the cla...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 9 February 1889

SATTORDATi; . PEBRUAET 9, 1889. lEWSFRDMTHEBOYS Another Yery Interesting Let ter From Australia. THE TEAMS AT MELBOUME Uncertainty About the Date of the Myers-McAuliffe Battle. LOCAL HORSE KEWS OP INTEREST. A Pittstrcrger Will Establish a New Stable of Trotters. GEHEBAL SPOBTIXG KEWS OF THE DAT r tBPECIXL COBRXSrOXDEXCX OF TnE DISPATCH. 2 ItLLBOtTENE, December 24. The trip of the kill .players from Sydney was seemingly bat a brief interruption to the generous and unstinted hospitality -which they have re ceived at the hands of Australia. The last hour of their stay in Sydney was passed at a reception at the Grosvenor Hotel, where theAJI-Americas made their headquarters. The ubiquitous and flowery member of Parliament, the "Bon. Dan O'Connor, pre sided, and again soared aloft with the American eagle in expressing his admira tion for Americans. The manager of the hotel paid the players a great compliment by stating, in an address, that their gentlemanly deport ment had never been equa...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 9 February 1889

9 ,"-l'88&.- 4 VI -I IPARflELL ' JUSTfflED By the Admissions of Informer Le Caron on Cross-Examination. HE RECEIVED GOVERNMENT PAY And Documentary Assistance in EefresMng His Memory. W1TXESS MOLLOI TRIED FOE PEEJUET. lie Is Charged With Baring Been as Inducible and a Fenian. Parnell's counsel spent all day yesterday in trying to force Informer Le Caron to con tradict his previous evidence, and was more than successful. Le Caron made many damaging admissions, and confessed that he had, been aided by money and docu ments in presenting his testimony. "Witness Molloy, who appeared on behalf of the Timet before the Parnell Commission, is now being tried for perjury, as his em ployers claim that his evidence was not ac cording to the guarantee he gave them. IBY CABLE TO THE DISPATCH. Loxxxn.-, February 8. The little Com mission Court was packed to-day with dis tinguished politicians, society men and law yers, who scrambled and almost fought for places from which to witness the vivisec...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 9 February 1889

THE" PITTSBURG. DISPATCH, . SATURDAY,. PEBEUAET' ;" 9, 1889. A TRMANDED By President Cleveland, and Agreed to by Bismarck, PENDING A COMEEENCE. The Protocol of '87's Abtfrtive At tempts at Agreement MADE PUBLIC NOW BY C0NSE5T. A Flan for Samoa's Government Proposed by Bismarck and West REFUSED BI BATARD, THE HOME BULEE The President yesterday transmitted to Congress the proposal of Prince Bismarck lor a resumption of the conference on the basis of native independence and equality of rights among the treaty powers. The Secretary of State says that the gov ernments of Germany and Great Britain have consented to the publication of the protocols of the last convention. In his ac ceptance of Prince Bismarck's proposal to renew the conference, Secretary Bayard re quests a trace, and that the German of ficers at Samoa be directed to cease bellig erent operations pending the decision of the conference.' "Washington, February 8. The "pro tocols," or official minutes of the confer ences on Sa...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 9 February 1889

WmWWffF THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH WQSPtFV PAGES 9 TO 12. . 'f: m i I SECOND PART. I 1 J. tKOW FIBST ASERIES OF SHOBT STORIES By J. Marsden Sutcliffe, ENTITLED THE ROMANCE OF M INSURANCE OFFICE, Beino Passages in the Experience op Mb. AUGUSTUS WILIalAM WEBBEE, Formerly General Manager to the Universal Insurance Company. ALL RIGHTS IV. The chaplain who had attended Frank Trestrail in his last moments toot an early opportunity ot delivering the dying man's message to Doggett, in person. It was an impressive meeting that took place between the two men, who, beside the actual cul prits, alone entertained the idea that Frank Trestrail had died a felon's death wrongful ly. The interview began a romantic friend ship between the worthy divine and the young officer of police that was only termi nated by the death of the latter. The chaplain was greatly impressed with Doggett's intelligence, and with the simple fervor with which the young officer ex pressed an unfaltering conviction in Trest rail...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 9 February 1889

PITTSBUEG- DISPATCH, o, j S HOW TO BUILD GUIS. Development of Projectile Weapons Since the Date at," THE INVJISTlON OP GUNPOWDER. DUKrent Processes of Manufacturing Mod ern Cannons. fiOHE SMOOTHBORE AKD KIFLED GUNS rWBITTZS rOB THE DISPATCH. T is not known ex actly -when man first sought o confine the forces resulting from the combustion o f gunpowder and to utilize them for mittwicp of oe- ""a" 6truction. History fails to furnish more than amere allusion to the existence of any Buch means. It gives no details of forms, construction or effect. Gunpowder, a a combustible ma terial, is known to hare been used by the Chinese before the Christian era, and they knew enough of its explosive effects to con fine it within the walls of a shell or bomb, and were able inn measure to control the time of its ignition. The historicGreek fire was forced from the months of tubes set in the bows of ancient vessels of war, and the secret of its manufacture was religiously guarded for centuries. Stone...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 9 February 1889

HSPSP i - y -- ' W1stwJ!!W'"l,y9SS'.-, W4B-!'.wiPTi V . L - ! r : THE MEKET BASKET. Poultry Scarce and Higher, Butter and Eggs Ascending. ACTIYE FISH AND OYSTER TRADE. Staple Meats Fail to Drop With Decline of Lire Stock. f LOWERS EISE WITH THE MERCURY OFFICE OF TIIE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, ) Friday, February 8, 1SS9. About the only marked change in prices of market basket materials for the past week has been in poultry, butter and eggs. Poul try is reported as unusually scarce. A dealer who has the best facilities for knowing said: "I have never known tui keys and chickens as well cleaned up through this and adjoining counties as now. I have been Catherine up poultry, butter and eggs as far westward as CO miles for Pittsburg markets these many years, and remember not the time when poultry was as scarce as now. On the other hand, potatoes and apples have not been as abundant and cheap for 25 years." The upward turn of eggs a week ago gives no signs of reaction. Choice butter also contin...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 9 February 1889

OftTHE UPWARD TUBN Speculation and General Business Show Increased Activity. IRON HAS REACHED THE BOTTOM And Now Expects to Show Marked Signs of Improvement. EEPOETS OP BRADSTEEET AND DUN tSPECIAL TILZGRA.M TO THE DISFATCQ.l NewYobk, February 8. Special tele grams to Sradstreet's show moderate gains in the movement of general merchandise at Kansas City, New Orleans, St. Louis, Bos ton, Chicago and San Francisco, though no great activity is noted at them. The lower temperature of the week has had a good in fluence on the sale of seasonable goods. Jobbers are not specially inclined to add to their stocks in any line. Boots, shoes, pro visions, drygoods and agricultural imple ments at "Western centers have been in re lativelv most active request. At most cen ters, other than those noted, trade is gener ally dull or quiet. The colder weather at the East has not favorably influenced the building materials market. General trade at New York is fair to act ive. Groceries are in increased di...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 10 February 1889

SPHYNX AND SHEIK Witness a Game of Baseball Played by Americans on the Sandv Desert A VERY DECIDED NOVELTY. Fearful Predictions Made by a Ger man Medico-Soothsayer. THE WAR-MAKER ONCE MORE AT WORK. Disrespect for .nnd Illaloynlty to tbc Qnrcn Sadly tprendlnjtTlip Young Kaiser En joying: Himself While Mourning I.nnncy Stealing Monarchy's Doom An Orielnnl Beamy Show to Open at Kicc Decoleito Drowses Must bo Worn nt the Queen's Drawing Hoom One Excused.NoExcuse for Others The Qoeen Adopts n. New nnd More Effective Economical Policy A Martyr to Cunrity as Needed by Moloj lini Islanders. Something new under the sun J The Ephysx witnesses a game of American base ball. Fire innings were played yesterday, not SOO yards from the base of that impene trable monument of ages, beside vhich the most important spectator was a Bedouin Sheik, -with his retinue. The Spalding party has had to forego a trip to the Holy Land and will play next, on the 24th, in Borne. The other cable news this morning is...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 10 February 1889

-i S P6ry p ( I 1 I I I 1 I llllllllk.1 J I I Jl I 111 W L Nil's L 1 .- I H 1 I I VX U - LJ lf 1J I - IS'llllhfeflli t i ' i x . ' "' Jl BALLOT REFORM Ex -Judge Fetterman's Plan of Purifying the Polls. AUSTRALIA DIPEOYED OX. ; An Easy Method to Prevent Re peating and Similar Evils. ' PARTI MACHINERY HANDICAPPED. Present Election Methods Deplored bj Chairman Brennen. A BILL FOE LEGISLATIVE ACTION The cry for a pure ballot and better elec tion methods generally raked up after elec tion by the defeated candidate for conso lation's sake, if nothing more, now bids fair to outlive the after-election agitation. It has risen to the dignity of a bill in the Legislature for the adoption of the Aus tralian system, which, it is claime.l, will furnish a remedy for the possible corrnption and the non-secrecy of the present system. Under the Australian system, the ballots give the names of all the candidates for a certain office, with their politics. On enter ing the room the voter is given a tick...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 10 February 1889

f! THE PITTSBURG- ATOH.T.SOlSPi.Y, VJEBRTjijRY- ;o," J8& W" -'': ' J ' '. '''''.".' '' SIM (SDUMABY CONDEMXATIO.V. The B. & O. Offlcrn Jlqrt Come Down.. Frank bays tbc Wall Are Dnncrrons. Yesterday Mr. "William Roseburg, trustee, iras formally notified by Inspector Frank that the building at the .corner of Firth ave nue and 'Wood, now occupied by the Balti more and Ohio Company, had been care fully examined and must come down at once. The Inspector found that nearly all the joists on the upper floor were damaged or taken out He said the Filth avenue wall leaned outward, being 2 inches out of plumb in the 9 feet height in the first story. The Wood street side, he said, also leans outward and toward Fifth avenue, the corner on Fifth avenue and "Wood street be ing particularly dangerous. The rear of the Filth avenue side, over the stairway, is spreading both ways and is also especially dangerous and liable to fall. , The owners of the building have 48 hours in which to file an ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 10 February 1889

!je 9 mm ESTABLISHED FEBRUARY & 1S40. Vol. 44, No. J. Enured av Pittsburg Post office, Nocinbcrl4, 1537, as sicona-class matter. Business Offico--07 and99 Fifth Avenue. News Rooms and Publishing House 75, 77 and 79 Diamond Street. Tills paper hninc; wore tlinn Double the circulation ofnny other in llic ttnto outside of Philadelphia, its udtautnscs us an adtcr llfcius; medinm ill be npparcnu TERMS OF TIIE DlsFATCU. rOSTACE TOEE IN THE EXITED STATES. J)AILV UisrATcn, One Year ISM Dailt UlKrATCK, Per Quarter J Daily Dispatch. One .Month u Daily Dispatch, includins fcamlay, one year WOO Daily Diefatch, including bandar, per quarter 20 Daily Dispatch, Includins fcunday. one month "a Euxday Disi-atch, one year. T50 WlEkLY Dispatch, one jcar 1 25 The Daily Dispatch 1 delivered by carriers at 15 cents per week, or Including thesundaj edition. at SO cents per week. Voluntary contributors should leep copies of articles. If compensation is desired thepricc expected must be named. The court...

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