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

. Gaily Waken the Echos at the Capital, and Everybody at tOnce Turns Ou to GREET THE SOLDIER BOYS Whose Gallant Bearing Does Honor to the old Keystone State. HOSTS FEOM THE STATE OP ALLEGHENI A. Wet March Keeping Their Powder Dry ETcryllilne Wide Open Fancy Prices Charted for Old Umbrella The Eigh teenth and Foartcenth Regiments in Good Trim Battery B Having a Picas ant Time and Lots of Fan A Fine Pres entation The Second Regiment Re ceives a Stand of Colors From Kirs. Morton A Hnndsome Colonel Alle gheny and Pittsburg Well Represented In Wnsbington. Despite the unpleasant weather, the brave soldier boys are enjoying themselves at Washington. Everybody was glad to see them and showed it. The city was wide open yesterday, and anything and every thing conld be purchased at a price. The wife of the Vice President-elect presented a stand of colors to the Second Begiment, X. 6. P. Prom the list of visitors at Washington, Pittsbnrg and Allegheny must be almost deserted to-day. rFEOJI A ET...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 4 March 1889

Hj tWwS." r v jiv , .- r - T f ?, - - ':" Forty-Second Office of the Pennstlvaxia Bailkoas Compact, , Philadelphia, March 1, 1889. The Board of Directors submit herewith their report for the year 1888. Maix Iaxe and Branches, Philadelphia to Pittsburg. ' Earnings Src Expenses 23,526.578 85 Net earnings -j , ......513.171,60199 Add Interest from investments (In cash), also for nse of equipment and from other Items '. 4.714,537 63 Total W7.8S0.1U 82 Deduct renUls paid branch roads, interest on equipment, interest on bonded debt, State tax on dividends, and other items 7.9I6,4fc0 86 Net income Pennsrlvania Railroad DiTision..... 8 9.909,66170 Philadelphia to New Iork and Branches. Karnincs Expenses Net earnings from operating.... Add Interest from investments.. Total income s .729,282 37 Deduct payments on account of -Dividends, interest on equipment, etc.. 4,889,763 20 Nrt loss under the lease of United New Jersey Railroad and Canal Company's property Balance Philadelphia and Erie Rai...

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

UK-&1 sv mw w? ifW A ?W' w ft The Pennycomequicks Written for THE DISPATCH by S. BARING GOULD, ' Author or'MEHAuui,""CouBT EoTAi,""JonK Hebedto," "The Gaveboc ks, "Etc BSTNOfSISOF 1'KEVIOUS CHAFTEKS. MaiAmR8l. AJ.TML Jin. bldebottom. whose maiden nine was Pennvcomeqnlct, nl her son Captain l'enuycotnequlcl, who had taken the name by special license, are sitting together con sidering ways and means. With ambitious no tions and extraraeanl tastes she finds It difficult to live on the 400 annually, which Is her Income. Both she ana her son are reckoning upon the pos sible fortune that may be theirs on the death or a wealth relative. Jeremiah l'ennvcomeqnlck (hair-brother to Mrs. Mdeuottom). whom they imejust entertained at dinner, but who Is db- f rusted with their overdone professions of Interest n his welfare. Llvlnp 1th him Is a niece, balome Cusworth, one ortwo sisters the elder one having lert his roof to marry a French manufacturer. Mr. Pennvcomequlck gradually becomes drawn ...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 4 March 1889

T-j-flfJ5 MB V J" .27 7G? m- r "h r r ' V . t Ms- -. 1 8' THE' PITTSBimG DISPATCH,'' MONDAY, MABOH .' 4' 1889. t OPEN ALL THE GATES. Talmage Says That America Was No More Made for Americans Than HEAVEN FOE ORIGINAL ANGELS. i-" A Fervent Flea Against the Proposed Be a ef-"i-f 5a-ti Af T?aa!'vti DUlVtlVU vl 1V1UBU IMMIGRATION 10 OUR FBEE SHOEES. ill of tin Katioas of the Earth Are as One In the ETe of the Almlshty. nrZCIXL TELEQnjUI TO THE DISPATCH.) Brooklyn, March 3. Dr. Talmage preached in the Brooklyn Tabernacle this morning on the subject, "Shall America be Eeserved for Americans?" As his sermons are now translated in every language of Europe and many languages of Asia, in his audiences may be seen persons from many different nations. After an exposition of the scripture be gave out the hymn: Arm of the Lord, awake! awake! Put on thy strength, the nations shake! Text, Acts xvii, 2G: "And hath made of one blood all nations." That is. if for some reason general phlebotomy were orde...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 5 March 1889

SIS'?. - tsm& f ; SIXTBM""MGESr - , ,ri- -' s-. '-. , k fc- W '! &Jt !?.!. NsVi-WMst J ftSfrfeSR.i-: - r- -T. fundi -i;-m r , ; lJz&b.' -,.a-.,t rORTYrPOinRTH YEAR 1 . 'v ""'ft 5ft . , ... i..-..i. !' t XrltlHih .. UJNX'a . . r- mrm1 lvsuiih - m -fr&4 .: - - v i; iMraiu '? n ; - -... . ' 1 U U U t Ll u 111 Li lilAv it- - M .K tJBVIpc J?jB'Br'Jafk4 Usss-- tlB4, " fe- '' -;v m-- w i at -i?i. . . i T - .r... , -: r - . i L, U , - ' . . uta n " - sPF MM -ISi The Will of the People Consum mated -by-His Induction ' Into the Office . . HIGHEST IN THEIR -..GIFT. Only the Ceaseless Bain Inter feres "With the Na tional Show. THE"SOLEMN OATH TAKEN fta- the Presence of as Large a Crowd asTfter Witnessed a Similar Scene. THE AIR FILLED; WITH MUSIC And the Cheers of theThousanis Who'faad Waited Long in-the Rain for That-sight. GRAPHIC ACCOUKT OF A GREAT DAY :va :. M taie Continued Wet Went her Send Cp Ilic 1'rice of Covered Scats A Quarter mil lion People Line the Streets to See A...

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

USS" 1 rs - r Twr-niriffrTiiiiMi' ii 1 1 J. jit: .,jgi3i TUMI TnrWKUliWxf7Trwmmmrmr,T"trmm """ "jfflrj""""-'--'--g ."its' - . 1 i Secretary of the Senate. Then came the members ol the Senate, tiro and two, headed by Senator Edmunds and Senator Ingalls; the members of the Diplomatic Corps; the hesds of departments; the General ot the Army and Admiral of the Navy; members of the House of Repre sentatives, led by Ex-Speaker Carlisle and General John B. Clark, the ex-clerk of the House, and following them the distin guished guests and others who had occn pied seats in the Senate. Tho Usual Gigantic Scramble. It is always intended that this procession shall be an exceedingly dignified affair, but as a matter of fact it is almost always a gigantic scramble, and that is what it was to-day. Everybody except the Senators and the old and new officials rnshed by differents routes to try to head each other off and secure the best seats possible. To-day the rush was attended with several violent...

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

theF TiTisBTmaWmmGHJE8m. BHE'CHIEFS' ANSWER. That AnU-Amoskeag Equity Suit, 'f; With Stinging Charges, AYERRLNG COLLUSIYE INTERESTS lia Foundation for the Kon-Eesident At i tack on Home Engines. 'V SOME EEALLT READABLE EEPLIES Chiefs J. O. Brown, E. 31. Bigelow and E.iC. Elliot yesterday filed their answer in theequitv proceedings instituted by H.E. Safford against the Board of Awards to prevent them from giving the contract lor the two fire engines to the Manchester Lo comotive Works, the manufacturers of the Amoskeag engine. Mayor McCallin has al ready filed his separate answer, in which he virtually admitted the allegations of SaBbrd, and explained his reasons for voting against the award of the contract to the Amoskeag Company. The answer of Chiefs Brown, Bigelow and Elliot commences by denying the first paragraph ol Saflbrd's bill, and holding that he is not a bona fide taxpayer in the city of Pittsburfc, nor is he an owner of any real estate whereon taxes have been or will be ...

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

! l?.. fTmmjY' ' r i;r- . -T "A"' --K r Hje Bi$p$ eg. ESTABLISHED FEBRUARY 5, 1S18. "Vol. 44, No.. 3. Entered at Pittsburg Post. office, XovembcrM, uft; as second-class matter. Business Office 97 and99 Fifth Avenue. News Booms and Publishing House 75, 77 and 79 Diamond Street. ' Average circulation of the dally edition of The Dispatch for lx months ending March 1.1SS9, 27,988 Copies per Issue. Averago, circulation of the Sunday edition ' of The Dispatch for February, 1SS9, 45,144 Copies per Issue. TERMS OF THE DISPATCH. rOSTAGE TJtXX IN THE L'MltU STATES. JUII.T Itl8rATCn, OueYear. I 8 00 lUILT Dispatch, Per Quarter ........ SCO lUn,T Dispatch,- One Month " DAH.Y Dispatch, including Sunday, one rear MM Daily IHSfatch, Including Sunday, per quarter "M Dahy Dispatch, Including (Sunday, ona month. - M . ECXOATDisrATCH, oneycar. SSI Weekly Dispatch, one year J25 The Daily DisrATCU U delivered by carriers at IS cents per week, orlncludlnc the Sunday edition, at SO cents per week. PITTSBU...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 5 March 1889

? "THE ICTTSBIIRDIgTTI itf. t $ CLOSED WITH A KICK. The Final Session of the Fiftieth Congress Was Marked by a ROW BETWEEN THE TWO HOUSES. Threats of Force Were Hade to Clear the Senate Corridors. LEGISLAriTB WORK AT THE FINISH. Short Speeches From Carlisle, , iBgalls sad Ties President Morton. At noon yesterday the Fiftieth Congress ceased to exist. The closing hours in the House were largely devoted to vigorous condemnation of the Senate because of the inauguration arrangements. All of the important appropriation measures were dis posed of before the adjournment and signed by the President The usua. formality of turning back the clock was gone through with. Nothing definite is known as to the prospect of an extra session. ;srECIAL TELIGEJLM TO THI EISPATCH.1 Washxxgtox, March 4. The Fiftieth Congress is now a thing of the past. Al most the last hour of its existence was marked by one of the most sensational inci dents of this decidedly eventful .session. All necessary legislation ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 5 March 1889

ST i SALUTINGTHE CHIEF President Harrison Greeted by a Mighty Military and . Civic Pageant FORTY THOUSAND STRONG. The Streets Jammed by Wet but Enthusiastic Masses of People CHEERING FOR THE NEW FIRST LAD I. The Inaugural Parade A Magnificent DU play The Warshnl and nit Assistants On the Reviewing Stand Fasslnc In Re view Praise for tho Pennsylvania Na tional Guard "Yanke Doodle" and "My Maryland" Buffalo Bill andjllls Cowboy Platoon Cheering; the New President and Vice President Ketarnlas; to the White House The Flambenn Drill.) The parade, the event of Inauguration Day, after the swearing in of the President and Vice President, was the biggest kind of a success yesterday. Forty thousand men were in line. They inarched superbly, despite the cheerless weather, and won ap plause all along the route. The spectators were jubilant, too, and cheered the Presi dent and his wife, the military organiza tions and the civic clubs. "Washington, March 4 "With wonder ful patience the expectant s...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 5 March 1889

ft Flowers, Music, Lights, Brave Men and Fair Women Make it Appear a SCENE FROM FAIRYLAND. President Harrison, Yice President Morton and Ladies Attend. "'"'TIN THOUSAND PERSONS FEESENT. The Innncnral Ball A YIIon of Enchant ment Profnslon of Flowers Imvlsh Dccorntlon Brnniiftil Mnslc Arrival of the Presidental Party Holding Levcr Making a Tour of the Ilnll Bnffalo Bill 10 the Fore DtstlngnUhcd PennsylTnnlin Gtimts Many Citizens of the Mnte of Alle CUrnytPrcscnf Whirling In the Dnncc Complete Arinncrmonts. The inaugural ball, the culmination of a day of great events, was a success in every respect. The President and Vice President and their ladies were pres ent, and were the cynosure of 10,000 pairs of eyes. Everything and everybody was bright, beautiful and gay, and the ballroom was a scene of dazzling enchantment. IFROK A STAFF COnUESPON"DEST.3 Washixgtox, March 4. A blaze of countless lights, the sweet odors of banks of flowers, the bewitching strains of soft music, bright uniform...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 5 March 1889

" 3 i Siv ' r, trie Vi, . v , vZatmOm.tm' - v --- - -. - . T- - J- -T- h MNI-EYED OEBIGBHS Discover Only 60 Violators of Liquor laws in This County, AKD HALF A DOZEN 0LE0 SELLERS. Wishart'8 Affidavit Hot Admitted as Evi dence of Peijurjr. AN UKEXPCTD KON-SOIT EESBLTS Alter the grand jury bad been charged by Judge Mafjce in the Criminal Court yester day, the vrork of receiving the constables' quarterly returns was taken up. The nntaber of violations of the liquor and oleomargarine laws, as shown by the re turns, was quite large. The following were the violations reported: Pittsburg First ward Constable Peter Carr returned Burk & Chalk and Sirs. Griffin, for selling without license. Ninth ward Constable P. M. Connelly re turned Jacob Burger, Chris Brand, J. A. Walker and Rose Lacy, for illegal liquor sell inc. Eleventh ward Paul Lochner was returned from this ward by Constable William Neeson, for selling to minors. Twelfth ward Constable Richand Allen's re turns included the names...

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

!!, JE,' t ' r j - t t-1 p r- x ' , ' '" T ; ' - V'M '; t John Adams. Martin Van Buren. Franklin Pierce. James A. Garfield. -p . . Mrs.-John Adams. i Mra-Jonn Quincy Adams. Mrs. Franklin Pierce. Mrs. Rutherford B. Hayes. , 'Av " . . ' l 'V ' JrMtl Angelica Van Buren. Mrs. Andrew Jackson. " Mrs. Harriet Lane Johnson. J Thomas Jefferson. - William H. Harrison. James Buchanan. '- ' ' N fA J' fi ' rffSElk. '" .rflsScJ? ,sHSfe 1 James Madison. John Tyler. Abraham Lincoln. I'lfft" ' 'k. VOTj WsJ ' pliF' .f J V I ydPW I$IP rf ' ' ' " ' J ' V Mrs-Martha Jefferson Eandolph. Mrs. xnyssea S. Grant Mrs. Cleveland. j 9 M&t k pwSrW" j3ft Cffil la George Washington. Mrs: Washington. -fcvl4p , 5?rt,??s. 'ffSifl l j - "i ' VNllvwi JSsSv llllb' Bfek It Isi! PnJT? fS2illk Mrs. Jane P. Harrison. Mrs. Abraham Lincoln. k 2 l 'fjfllt " T W Grover Stephen Cleveland. Mrs. Mary Arthur McElroy. Mrs-James Madison. ?V 1 J3pr ff- S 1 -l John Qulncy Adams. Zachary Taylor. Ulysses Simpson Grant ' , k k ' k&...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 5 March 1889

ier .CHE PITTSBim DISPATCH, - TUESDAY, MARGH 5, 1889. i i s M SIM Tlie City of Magnificent Distances, Palatial Resi dences, Beautiful Avenues, Numberless Parks, and the Amazing SPLENDOfi AM) GAYETI Inside Pacts About life in Congress, the Parlors and in the 'A LIST OF WELL-PAID POSITIONS TO CHOOSE FEOM. The First View of Washington. r APPROACH the capital city of the , United States, from jl what point you trill, (there are two land marks -which will strike your eye when von are yet miles away, as yon arise' to the tops of the hills in your progress, or look far along unobstructed valleys. They are the two landmarks of the city most marked in their contrast, the one the pencil-like shaft of the Washington Monu ment and the other the graceful, airy, al most unearthly, dome of the Capitol. Miles away, in the country, at almost every turn, the top of the monument will meet the vision, and only at rarer intervals the less ixalted dome, but always affording a sense of relief after the ot...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 5 March 1889

MK3I irsi fSS 'K TfCrawpy JS"F v i le gorgeous with flowerine shrubs, and then, and not before, will all the possibili ties for "prettiness" iu 'Washington be iully apparent and appreciated. TKOPOSED TCBI.IC BUILDINGS. "Within a few years the maisive features the city will be much enhanced by the erec tion ot other public buildings which are now absolutely necessarv. An immense building for the National Library is now under way, opposite the east front of the Capitol. At least half a dozen other large public buildings are in contemplation. The "flats" those former plague spots which were the bugaboo of every Congress man and visitor, are transformed. It is only a question of time when they will take the ehapeot oneot the loveliest parks of the world, land dotted with little lakes, trees and shrubbery and flowers on all sides, a wilderness or loveliness on the banks of one ot the loveliest rivers of the earth. And not only that, but the banks of this -river lor miles around the city ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 5 March 1889

f f r I K V .-. -i .:r Ei tv ryff ?l iTfFtP . V ' - , V v"- , ' - " ifttf THE PETTSBTTfeG -'DISPATCH, TUESDAY. MAHOH 5, 1889. h-iix- ST:- .liif ' The following applications for Retail License to sell vinous, spirituous, malt or brewed liquors, or any admixture thereof at the several places desig nated below, will be heard by the Court of Quar ter Sessions of Allegheny county, commencing on MONDAY, MARCH 18, 1889, at 9:30 o'clock, A. M., and continuing from time to time in accord ance with rules of Court, etc., beginning with the First ward, Pittsburg, and continuing in order as published: PITTSBURG. First Ward. -Name of Applicant Place Where License Is Applied For. Present Residence. Aberaathy, Samuel No. 40 Second avenue 1st ward, Pittsburg , Becker, JacobV- No. 2S Fourth avenue 1st ward, Pittsburg Bobinger. Charles No. 43 Fourth avenue 1st ward, Pittsburg Boley.SamuelC No. 31. 32 and 33 Diamond square 1st ward. Pittsburg Bnch,J.H.E No. 22 Penn avenne 1st ward, Pittshnrg Carson, Al...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 5 March 1889

IQ BggTriWE Ply ?.e '?fcpl t swW',!-! 'a? "WT?? THE PITTSBURG' DISPATCH, TUESDAY ' MAKCH "'5, 1889. V, 13 Same of Applicant Place Where license is Applied For. Present Residence. O'Donneu, William... .No. 75 Perrvsville avenue 2d ward, Allegheny Kitter. P. J Mo. 217 Federal street 12th ward. Allejheny Rhodes, Robt. I. Corner of Ohio and West Diamond 2d ward, Allegheny Schneider, Max .Nos. 171 and 173 Federal street 2d ward. Allegheny Smith. Joseph No. 183 Federal street 2d ward, Allegheny Volbrecht, Fred No. S9 Irwin aTenue ,....2d ward, Allegheny Third Ward. Bayer, John No. 229 Ohio street , 3d ward, Allegheny Bayer, Nicholas No. 161 Madison avenue 3d ward, Allegheny Beilstein, William Nos. 261 and 263 Ohio street 8d ward, Allegheny Breitlanch, J. C No. 153 Ohio street 3d ward. Allegheny Buhl, Christian .No. 273 Ohio street 3d ward, Allegheny Binder, Joseph No. MS Ohio street ,.3d ward, Allejheny Coppes, Henry No. 1S1 Ohio street 3d ward, Allegheny Campbell. Robert No. 57 Ohio stre...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 5 March 1889

f ft" MEAT ON TBE- HOOF. Herr's Island Live Stock, the Usual Bun of Cattle, With i MABKET TEE SAME AS LAST WEEK. Sheep and Lamfcs Scarce and FirmHogs Steady at Old Kates. WHEAT BEAES ON TOP AT LITEST Office of Pjttsbtjbg Dispatch: ? MoxDAY. March i, 1SS9. $ Receipts of cattle have varied very little from 30 carloads for a number of weeks past. This number seems to meet the de mands of trade, and dealers act accordingly. At this season of the year Herr's Island cat tle supplies come in the main from Chicago. In the summer season Butler and Armstrong counties are important feeders to the trade. Some five loads of this -week's live stock sup plies -were from Ohio and adjoining counties. Consignments of cattle -this week were 15 loads to Zeigler & Gerson, 3 loads to Andy Frohm.3to Livenstein fc Ackerman, 4 to L. Kothcbild, 1 to Eli Katz. Jack Needy and Charier Volbrecht are the main operators In hogs, sheep and calves. The former received from 400 to 500 hogs this week. The total re...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 5 March 1889

KJFiiisisisisisBii jS - 3. ., ;"- ' ,.THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH. " WTESDAYfe: MAgGH 'B.-1889. ;. . '.,'.- ' , . m - . ... . r. --. INAUGURAL ADDRESS Thoughts Suggested to Benjamin Harrison Upon Assuming the HIGHEST OFFICE IN AMERICA. His Tiews on All Topics of Interest to the People and Politicians. GREAT STRESS LAID ON A FEEE TOTE "Washington, March 4. The following Is the full text of President Harrison's in augural address: There is no constitutional or legal require ments that the President shall take the oath of office in the presence of the people. But there is so manifest an appropriateness in the public induction to office of the Chief Executive officer of the nation that from the beginning of the Government, the people, to whose service the official oath consecrates the officer, hare been called to witness the solemn ceremonial. The oath taken in the presence of the people becomes a mutual covenant the officer covenants to serve the whole body of the people by a laithful execu...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 5 March 1889

1WSK3rK8HwKr8W'suRfiwiS5r w- , pyp '''y&ftwrwffiff'rfrfflB! fcfflrtf'RlSHRSSt-. ' C5" E ij. V r4 Tti-'F m--T ""'"vv - T. .x ' ' - LS 16 UESDATf Sr WKRCm - j2 F HARRISON'S CABINET. THE PEESIDENTAE I s -iil ,5, jajww ' -1 " -."-" -r '- " i" 'J a i n ii' ii i w in ' i in ' 'i him i mm m i i mm i isswii ' i ri 11 iwiim i imbiiii ' hi ii ii i i i wi inwwu 'iwu " i n i u -vnaB it . i - w th--"t fc fi r ."' -- r m jii-iar K' .j. -. r j;-. ir- - - a airsB -" r"i -" an oubh'uiiii miibwlwc "- ' . iffi ish ii mm ! jfFi smBFDaBBwrui3-Cf? - fflfliwM i t .1 ji' ..rurwiiguaiaB KssssssssinnAa a j at -' ' jltsi-sjo j - j' - 'ium7(nn -'".. -u ..-. --.i-y,i.in-t iriuj.. wi) . .. v.-..-....., -,T ; ;j .,.-; t- -v t . - - apasavt i - j- 1 TJEW SOCIAL LEADERS Gossip About the Ladies Wlio Are to Preside in the White House. HOW HARRISON WON HIS BRIDE. Bussell Harrison's Wife and Secretary Balford's Interesting Family. HES. 210RT0N AND HER DAUGHTERS The shift ins: scenes in the national drama of executi...

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