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

THE AVERAGE KUIATIOH Of theSunday issue of THE DIS PATCH r November was over $iW$rmg n V .-, 1 5,000 r for each issue. .fi 3s, FORTY-THIRD TEAR. PITTSBUKG, MONDAY, JANUARY 7, 1889. CENTS' 'v fy &- J TT r. Hi Vj SMALL ADVERTISEMEHTS For to-morrow's DISPATCH can bo left at main office till midnight or at branch offices till 9 P.M. w mmtm ; xq A LONG LOOK AHEAD The Prospects Excellent for Quite a Lengthy Session of the Legislature. CONSIDERABLEWORKTODO. Representative Fow Wants Less Money Used in Elections. BLAISE WILL, AND YET HE WON'T. Lieutenant Governor Davies Thinks the Maine Man Slated for the Cabinet, bnt Dlr. Rutan Is as Positit o Thnt lie Isn't Democrats Expect Sir. Devlin to be Bounced A Harrlsbunr Policeman Wants Mayor Fritcbey Hauled Over tbe Coals Allegheny's Position in the Inter Slnniclpal Matter Causing Trouble and Delay. Lieutenant Governor Davies returns to larrisburg from Washington, and predicts a long session of the Legislature. Senator Rutan agrees with him on...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 7 January 1889

he givmt UP. J. F. McMson Abandons the Big Exposition Scheme. OTHEBSMAYWIN,HECAFT. He Praises the Local Board, Blames Pittsburg Enterprise. THE PITTSBURG- DISPATCH, MONDAY, JAmJARY 7, 1889. w A CONTRACT CLOSED WITH PARIS, Interesting Talk With President, Marra on the Subject TWO SIDES OP AN IUPORTAXT AFFAIR There was considerable of a stir in certain quarters last evening over a statement that Mr. J. F. Nicholson, the gentleman who came here from Cincinnati to gather $500, 000 for onr new Exposition, had become weary of the task and proposed handing in his resignation on Tuesday. As the readers of The Dispatch are aware, while the ad vantages of an Exposition seem perfectly clear to everybody, substantial aid was slow in coming. It was thought that Mr. Nich olson's successful experience in similar en terprises at Cincinnati wouldsolve the ques tion here. A large salary was offered him, but he felt so confident that he preferred to work for a small percentage. For two months past he ...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 7 January 1889

BSgEJ ,sF PfF THE PITTSBURG. . DISPATCH, MONDAY, JANUARY; 1889. 3 A RTJSSIM REFUGEE. Mr. Colin, a Besident of Allegheny Tells About Nihilism AND THE DESPOTISM IT AIMED AT. Assassination of Hijh Tyrannical Poten tates, and Its Meaning. O.NE BRA YE GIEL WHO WAS LIBERATED Mr. T. Colin, a Russian refugee who lives in Allegheny, wrote a letter to The DIS PATCH a few days since, intimating that he would be willing to furnish au interesting article about the conditions, customs and sundry peculiarities of Russia, which might afford instructive reading to the gen eral public Accordingly a reporter went to see Mr. Colin yesterday, and, during -a very extended conversation, Nihilism and its followers served as an interesting sub ject. Mr. Colin is an adherent to the cause himself, although he does not like to be called a Nihilist. He said: The people, who are Indentifled with that name, are really a very peaceful-minded class of citizens; but their enemies have called them N ihilists more f o...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 7 January 1889

&' $ BaI4 ESTABUSIIED FEBRUARY 8, 1S4G, VoL , Ao. 335. -Entered u Pittsburg Post- rfficc, November 11. 1SST, at sOond-ciass matter. Business Office 7 and09 Fifth Avenue. News Rooms and .Publishing House75, 77 and 79 Di amond Street TU1 paper having ntorc than Double the circulation of any other Lithe mte outside cl Philadelphia, its ndvnntKes as an adver tising medium Mill be apparent. TERMS OP THE DISPATCH. rOETAGE FREt IN TUE UNITED STATES. DAILT DisrATCit, One Year. 8 8 09 Diit-T DispATCit. Vm Ouarter 200 Djult Dispatch, One Month Daily distatcu, Including Snnday, one year MOO Daily Dispatch, Including Sundial P quarter 2 SO Daily Dispatch, Including Snnday. ona month - SO Bcndat Dispatch, one year. TM WtEKLTDisrATCn,oncjear 125 The Daily dispatch Is delivered by carriers at J.' cents per -week, orlncludingtheSundaycditlon, at SO cents per wee k. PITTSBURG, MONDAY, JAN. 7. 1SS9. SLOW, BUT IT WILL COME. The newest thing as to the Pittsburg Ex position, which everybody hopes is...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 7 January 1889

THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, MONDAY, JANUARY 7, 1889. s .J&& DOES EELIGION PAT? Dr. Talmaste Speaks of Godliness From a Business Standpoint. -A DISCOURSE FOR THE SEW TEAR. Financial Prosperity and Mental rhysical Health and TO BE OBTAINED THROUGH EELIGION rSrECIAL TELEGttAM TO THE DISPATCn.J Brooklyk, January C At the Taber nacle to-day )he Rev. T. DeMTitt Talmage, D. D., preached a discourse on the subject: "Does Religion Pay?" The opening hymn was: My days are eliding swiftly by. And I, a pilgrim stranger, "Would not detain them as they fly, These hours of toil anil danger. The test was: "Godliness is profitable unto all things, having promise of the life that now is and of that which is to come." I. Timothy, iv., a Dr. Talmage said: A happy 2few Year to one and all! There is a gloomy and passive way of waiting tor the events of the opening year to come upon us, and there is a heroic way of going out to meet them, strong in God and fearing nothing. "When the body of -Catiline w...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 7 January 1889

PHIL'S GREAT LICK The Pittsburg Plunger Palls Heir to Nearly $20,000. A COUSIN'S GOOD STOBY. :" Mike Coburn Defeats Kennard in a Lively Prize Fight J BEHARKABLE TROTTING FEAT. ome Interesting1 Gossip About the local Baseball Clubs. I3EXERAL SPORTING NEWS OF THE DAI Among the old people it is continually 'remarked: "Yon better be born lucky than rich." The adage is, undoubtedly, an old one, Trot certainly the majority of people to day believe that almost all wealthy men have obtained their riches more by good luck than by genius or merit. This partic ularly applies to persons who amass fortunes en the turf, and Pittsburgers hare day after day argued that "Pittsburg Phil's" wealth Vas only the result of the lucky turn of for tune's wheel I Be this as it may, "Phil" reached what may le termed another luefcy spoke of the wheel on Saturday. .At least he was first rpprised of his ailing heir to about $20,000 on the day named li a well-known Fifth avenue saloon in this lity. Not only was h...

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

,JHBHHHHHHHflPQHHH THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, MONDAY, JANUARY 7, .1889. 7- TBADE GLEANINGS. Dealers in Hides and Calf Skins Ee solre on Lower Scale OF PRICES ON AND AFTER MONDAY. Calf Skins Touch the lowest Price Since Before the War. A DKOP IN HOGS AT EAST LIBERTI Officz of the Pittsbukg Dispatch, ) Satckday, January 5, 1889. The market for hides has shown a dorn ward drift for a month or two past. Iu the early part of D.ecember, light hides were reduced lc per pound, and now heavy hides hare been fixed to follow suit. A drop in heavy hides of lc, and calf skins of c per pound was agreed upon 1t the leading tanners of Allegheny this week, the reduction to go into effect Monday, January 7. Prices arc now fully lc lower all around than at this time last year when it was thought bottom had been reached. Said a leading dealer in hides: "The demand was very poor all through last month, and there is, thus far in the new year no nnticeahlo improvement. Tanners have been stocking upat present...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 7 January 1889

ma 5t 1 s TWIN CITY DILEMMA. Allegheny's Solicitor, George Elphin stone, Dvs a Bill 10 HOLD THE CITY UKTIL 1900. Neither an Inadequate Third Class, Nor let a Costlj Second. TEXTOFiTHE SOLICITOR'S OM PLAN City Solicitor Elphinstone was seen last 'night and said that he was preparing an act, the substance of which is printed below, providing for the change of classification of the City of Allegheny, which 'he thought would satisfy all parties interested, as it provides for practically no change except as to the street and sewer laws. Those citizens of Allegheny who are op posed to being placed among the smaller cities in the third class, and thus subjected to the minute provisions of the legislation jroverning that class, ought, he thinks, to be satisfied, because his proposed act takes them ont of tnat class, and those citizens of Allegheny, and there are many of them, n-ho object to Allegheny's becoming a city of the second class for fear of the expense and cumbersome machinery of t...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 8 January 1889

sHHMHHjfHHHHHMHHNLHx SMALL ADVERTISEMENTS ""' ' '"wiL. " lAI, ' For to-morrow's DISPATCH can be left at main office till midnight or at branch, offices till 9 P. M. fl I ( I 1 17 ! III I ' 1 li- llrl:! I I !' I I I I f tbeSunday issue of THEDIS- m mlvMiAr-'- dlkF KMsAZJK.W MMsMs KM- li.ilXIXlllLR.ll A PATCH for November y over B T?K r'V'r'''3J 'Jp.FVr J 4tf,OO0 copies for each '9 PITTSBUHG, TUESDAY, ,JANTJAKY 8, 1889. THRkfe CENTS - W . . ; . . -, 1 & V ' ' jjE FORTY-THIRD YEAR. Is Interviewed in His Paiace by an American Correspond ent and Declares HE IS LEGALLY PRESIDENT. Laughs at the Charge of Murdering General Theleniaque. INVITES AMERICANS TO HAITI. President Legitime Talks Freely Clnlms Ho Was Elected by a Legal Mnjority Gen. crnl Tbelcmaqne Himself to Blame for Heine Killed He Denies Ilnyll Opened to American Commerce Believes There Is Money in it He Will Endeavor to Con qner all Disturbances in the Country He Wants Peace. A DisrATCH correspondent has visited President L...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 8 January 1889

THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, TUESDAY, JANUARY 8, 1889. I- BAEPHAffl). He is Mused Admission to the K. of L. Hall. A CROWD OF ANGBY PEOPLE Threatens to Break Open the Doors of the Boom, and MR. DOYLE SENDS FOR THE POLICE. Powderly Will Probably be Here on Wednesday to Answer Barrj. A SCEKE BETWEEN BAERTAKD DOILE "Prevent the Barry meeting in Knights of Labor Hall by all means," was the text of a message flashed over tlie wires to Dis trict Master Workman Doyle yesterday afternoon. The telegram, it is said, was signed by General Master Workman Pow derly. As ex-Master Workman Homer L. McGaw was seated at his snpper table he received a telegram asking him to Tisit the ball and report the result at headquarters. The proposed meeting, if i had been held, would have been one of the most interesting in the history of organized labor. Early in the evening Master "Workman Doyle had the doors of the hall barricaded, and a notice was posted up to the effect that there would be no Barry meeting as an...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 8 January 1889

HKgm '$ v-S5 'trfr' - ; ym vsmi?P&&!Fi m rmt'?&jsf ' THE PITTSBURG- DISPATCH, TUESDAY,- JANUARY -8, - 1889. EMPTY ICE HOUSES. Serious Results Are Likely to Fol low the Mild Winter of 1888-9. 20T US ICE CAKE HARVESTED YET. An Advance In Prices Next Summer Feared bj -111 Consumers. A PANIC AMOSG MARPJAGEABLE MEN "Ice cream will be dearer next summer if- "Great Scott! Tou don't mean it, do The first remark came from a group of Italians on Virgin alley. It was close enough to one of those cheap ice cream factories to be considered an authoritative announcement. The second exclamation sprang from the lips of a young man passing by. He had halted instantly upon over hearing the words. Evidently he was marriageable, but had expected to go single through the next heated term. " if we don't have some mighty cold weather the balance of the winter," contin ued the Italian vender. "Oh!" ejaculated the young friend of the ladies. He passed on the to signal service office. "How do you...

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

THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, TUESDAY, JANUARY 8, 4889, B$ptJ4 m ESTABLISHED FEBRUARY 8, 1SML Vol 43, So. SJS.-Entered at Pittsburg Post eQce, November u, 1st?, as second-class matter. Business Office 97 and 99 Fifth Avenue. News Rooms and Publishing House 75, 77 and 79 Diamond Street This paper having more than Double tbe circulation of nny other in tbe State outside ol Philadelphia, Its advantages u as ndver lislng incdlnm will be apparent. TERMS OP THE DlisPATCH. rOSTAGE FEEK EC TEE CXITED STATES. DAILY UisrxTcn, One Year f SCO Daily DlSTATCn, Per Quarter S00 Daily Dispatch, One Month Daily Dispatch, Including fcunday, one year 10 00 Daily DISPATCH, Including bunday, per quarter 250 Daily DisrATOi. Including bandar, one month .. SO Euitoay Dispatch, oneyear. - 150 Weekly Dispatch, one year 125 to Daily Dlsi'ATCii Is delivered by carriers at 15 cents per week, or Including thebundayedition. at SO cents per week. riTTSBURG, TUESDAY. JAN. 8. 1SS9. THE H0NB0E DOCTRINE ENLARGED. The secret ...

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

THE PITTSBURG " DISPATCH, TUESDAY, JAOT-MtY '8 1889. .-,-- ' V r- . 1 . m . . ....- -. otiu itHnfitTiRfMUKmL NSW ADVERTISEMENTS. MEW JUWEKTISEMEXTS. ' A LUSH'S LUBID LOVE ajTO. JmU5X.trs.a. ; 1 As it Shone Forth in the Letters He Used to Write His Inamorata. THEY TELL PASSION Which Kaupht Could Tossiblj 11 ore Tender! Intense. HE WANTED HER TO MUSS BIS COLLAR, Aid Warned Her t Beirut of Snakes acd Charm in? Hotel Beaut Old lore letters read in court The hr.nd that wrote them Is still in death, but that detracts nothing from their fervor. Jennie Stoner, who says she's Jennie Lusk, gives some of of Mr. A. P. Lusk's tender missives to the world, while trying to obtain one third of the residue of the estate of said deceased Lusk. The epistolary correspond ence in the celebrated "Baby Bunting" and "Bunny" case was not more tender than this. rEFECIAL TELEGRAM TO TIIXJ DISrATCH.1 Habbisbdbq, January 7. Some of the love letters which A. P. Lusk, a prominent citizen of this city, who died ne...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 8 January 1889

6 THE PITTSBURG- DISPATpH, TUESDAY, JAJSTOARY 8, 1889.. LOOKOUraHJEEB, The Mysterious Checker Play er Likely to Come Here. HE CHALLENGES J. P. BEED. A Straight Challenge to Owners of Local Trotting Youngsters. THE CODKTI LEAGUE ALL EIGHT. Asa Brainerd the Old Time Ball Hajer Bead. GEKEEAL SPORTING NEWS OP THE DAI Pittstrargers will likely have a novelty in checker playing during this winter. "Ajeeh," the automaton checker player, or at least his agent, has issued a sweeping challenge, which includes James P. Reed, of this city. Yesterday Mr. Reed received 'from Chicago a sweeping challenge from "Ajeeb." The challenge was to the effect that "Ajeeb" will play Barker or Eeed each for $500 a side; will stake 500 to $400 and play either Freeman or Hefner; will stake $500 to $300 and play Denvir, or stake $500to $250 and play Fitzpatrick. This challenge somewhatsurprised Mr. Reed, and when be was seen by a representative of this paper lie said: "Ajeeb' must be a won derful fellow. However...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 8 January 1889

fj.iMIJTw,pfaH TRADE MOVEMENTS. Growth of Demand, for Typewriters Edison's Invention PROMISES TO EKLARGE THEIR USE. lincle Sam's Trade With Pittsburg Mer chants Healthy, AND 0PS WELL FOE THE NEW TEAE Office of the PrrrsBCBG Dispatch, Monday, January 7, 18S9. There are now in active use in Pittsburg and Allegheny about 1,000 typewriters. A half-dozen years ago this labor-saving ma chine was little used except by professional men. Since that time it has been growing steadily in favor with business men, until a typewriter has become a recognized necessity in tbe appointments of offices where business transactions are large. An interview with Mr. A. Martin, the agent o the Remington typewriter for the recion of which Pittsburg is the center, developed the fact that the year past lias been one of the best in sales of typewriters. Said Mr. Martin: "Our sales for the past sir years have showed an in crease each year of from 25 to 33 per cent, and 1SS8 shows no decline. An attempt has been ...

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

I r r Se DUND'TWASLOADED r Senators Seem Fearful That Their , Panama Canal Resolution May I' MAKE FBAKCE FIGHTLNG MAD. They Therefore Hold a Secret Session and Declare That They Meant KOTHING EXCEPT WHAT THE! SAID. The protests of the French newspapers on the action of the Senate in the Panama Ca nal matter bore fruit yesterday in a resolu tion Btating, as did the former, that any for eign interference in the jnanntr of ranal building across Central America would be considered an impertinence quite unwar rantable. A secret session was considered necessary to discuss the matter, and, as usual, just what was done in secret was at once made public when the doors were re opened. rFFECIAL TTLEOBAM TO THE DISPATCH. 1 . Washington, January 7. The Senate teems to hare concluded that the Panama canal resolution was loaded. On Saturday it was discussed in open session, and not one of the on-lookers would hare supposed any thing could turn up touching the question that would make it necessary ...

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

SMALL ADVERTISEMEHTS For to-morrow's DISPATCH can be left at main office till midnight or at branch offices t?ll 9 P. M. FOKTY-THTRD YEAR IGL Quite Numerous in the Alle gheny Delegation Booked for Duty at Harrisburg. HOW THEY LOOK ON PAPER With Brief Biographical Sketches for Their Constituents to Peruse. SOME MEN "WHO WILL BE HISSED. Hon- the Inter-Municipal Act Cort Con tractors Rig Sloney I.rsislating in the Wrong Direction A ick Elcctoi The Inauguration to Furnish Another Vaca tion lor the Boys Some Kcforins g gestcd Governor Dearer to !jitrinaJic nlly Arrnnpo Harrison's Innugnral bcuator Uutan to Jump on Dclancy Without Cercniory. The faces of nearly all the members of the Legislature from the "State of Alle gheny" appear below. Several familiar ones will be missed. The yonthful features of the new ones will doubtless lead the old campaigners to reflect on the pushing pro clivities of therising generation. Some old heads sit gracefully on the young shoulders, however, and Alleg...

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

p. THE, PITTSBURG DISPATCH, "WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 9, 1889, s "W .JUl' REFORM 1ST RULE Pees of Constables Beduced by the Count)' Controller. THOUSANDS TO BE SAYED. Tlie Eule Will Break Up a Loose Prac tice Among Witnesses, AND COMPEL OBEDIENCE BY THEM. The County Will Pay Only for Such Sub poenas as Are Answered. A TEST CASE DEVELOPED IESTEKDAI County Controller Speer has inaugurated another reform. It is in relation to the fees of constables. He expects to save the county thousands of dollars by enforcing the new rule. Heretofore the county has paid constables for every subpeeua they have served upon witnesses in cases before the aldermen. The county also has to pay all the costs in suits where the Commonwealth fails to make out a case on account of insufficient evidence. And it voy frequently happens that a case fails because witnesses do not appear at the preliminary bearings belore aldermen. There has never been a strict rule observed in regard to the attendance of witnesses at suc...

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

jpsp? .mtf THE PITTSBURG- DISPATCH, "WEDNESDAY, JANUARY' 9, 1889, -3 mMmmmmBmmmmmmmmmmm -,, y-r- .---!.---...- -,-.- "' v ' rvarr-rKS" - - - -v- - j . - ? - -i - , - --. - , v ? AFTER AGENT O'BRIEN lhc State Board of Charities Making an Investigation. A CASE AT THE CITY POOR FARM TTTiicri is Charged to te the Eesnlt of Yerj Gross Negligence. WANT CHUDBEX BETTER CAEED FOB The State Board of Charities is finding fault with the Humane Society's methods, and has complained to Secretary Davis, of the latter, concerning the agent's course. One young coman was taken ont of the So ciety's charge yesterday (or rather from the City Poor Farm, where Agent O'Brien had placed her) by members of the State Board of Charities. These members claim that sufficient care is not taken in the placing of children by the Humane Society, and point to the young woman taken from the City Poor Tarm yes terday as an awful example of carelessness or neglect on the part of Agent O Bnen. About ten months ago a you...

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

tgfte BigpMj. K&TABLISUED FEBRUAKY S, 116. Vol. 43, No. 337 Entered at Pittsburg I'ost- tfl.ic, 2oTcinbcrl4. 1SS7, as cocuna-ciass matter. Business Office 97 and99 Fifth Avenue. News Rooms and Publishing House 75, 77 and 79 Diamond Street. Tills paper hnviiig more than Double the circulation of any other in the State outside ci Philadelphia, its adraotaffcs as on nd er tifclnc medium w ill be apparent. TERMS OF TUK DISPATCH. TOSTAGE FSEE IX THE EXITED STATES. Daily Dispatch. One Year. SCO Daily Dispatch, l'er Quarter ICO Daily Dispatch, One Month " Daily Dispatcii, including Bandar, one year 10 00 DAILY DISPATCH, including Sunday, per quarter ISO Daily Dispatch, Including Sunday, one month - M MTKDAY DiSPATcn. one year. 150 Weekly Dispatch, one year 1 The Daily Dispatch 1 delivered by carriers at 15 cents per week, orincluCingtheSundaycilltion, at 20 cents per week. PITTSBURG, WEDNESDAY. JAN. 9. 1SSSL THE EXPOSITION SUBSCRIPTIONS. There is considerable encouragement as well as a...

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