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

m- v- SHREWD Can reach the -best class of investors throueh THE DIS PATCH. Tho best MEN IN men in business can also be reached throuph THE DISPATCH. BUSINESS w POETY-rOTIRTH "YEAR II MILL. President Harrison Comes Out v of His Saturating Expert ence of Monday V. ' WITHOUT CATCHING COLD. He Devotes His First Day in Office to Handshaking "With Thonsands. 'THE CABINET CONFIRMED. It furnished Ko Surprises, Being Exactly as Foreshadowed the Past Week. HOW CLEVELAND PASSED THE DAT The Ix-President Heartily Enjoys the First Real Rest He Has Had for Four Tears, HIS OFFICIAL FAMILY DRIFT APAET. Colonel trod Mrs. Lamont Leave To-day With the Cleveland for New York City Lnst Reminders of the Inauguration ltlnstc "Permeates the Air nil Day New York's Crack Seventh Kecltnent the Finest, bnt Crowded Hard by the First Pennsylvania General Tracy Already a General Favorite The Pennsylvania Troops Again Behave Unlike Soldiers. Benjamin Harrison has been President of the United States a whole day. His...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 6 March 1889

KaBsaBfls BWSJHBia pip ' ;WK5 ;rwa 2' PITHY PARAGRAPHS. Incident! and Ideas of the Lightweight Class Inicrrnlnclcd. Good day. As epidemic of fires. Wit may be brevity, but brevity is not always wit. It cost John Bonn 53 40 to swear at George Hite. As increasing tide of money is toning Ex positionward. . Cable cars are actually stopping for passen gers nowadays. St. ATJOrsTnrE school children gave a pretty musical entertainment. The cheerful mortuary report says there were 91 deaths last week. Last night the County Democracy ap pointed a committee to secure a larger ball. Miss Jesitie Haedejiax, aged 13, Is wanted by her anxious papa. She has been missing for a week. Two hundred couples made merry the masquerade ball of the Birmingham Turners last night. A piece of metal fell upon James Wilkinson at the Republic Iron Works, yesterday, crush ing his foot. . A flyixo patrol encountered a brindle pup and on account of the wagon there will be no more waggm'. Hox. A. W. Smiley, of Harrlsb...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 6 March 1889

BKU-UIL-1 sggysaai .- m-m "RAM SOLD. - -& Transaction That Calls to Mind the r. tj:-4-,t nf Pifrinlo. f!ifv. 1USIU1J' VI iiMV .V. $100,000 DEAL YIELDS BUT $1,200 jless 20 Tears' Interest, so Profits ire Eepre- t!- r,.i) b- i Minns Sitm. t CCUH "J - . . - a - .y 1" TIT1D OIL CODNTKI EEMINISCENCE A reminder of Pithole City is furnished Jy the sale of a farm a few days ago by Mr. David Kobinson, of Kobinson Bros., near to the site of a city that 24 years ago stood forth as a more wonderful creation than anything eTer originated by Oriental im agination,.and the history of the farm since Mr. Kobinson first secured an interest in it is flaTored with the interest that surrounds the history of Pithole City, whose destruc tion in less than a decade was more com plete than that of Tyre, which was re plenished by the merchants of Zidon. Pithole was replenished during the few months of its feverish, existence by capital from all parts of the United States and from many of Europe. To-day th...

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

rrzjt y& W' WWtW: W saw . '- 5 , t ...V' J ' i A. PITTSBURG DISPATCH,' WEDNESDAY, MARCH: 6.VL889L- K- 4 ' i - The Inaugural SnuvEnir Presented to the Public with TuEBday'e Dispatch Failed to Supply the Demand. AN Extra Edition. Of this Handsome Historical and Pictorial Souvenir has been printed, and will be On Sale This Morning. 3AU those wishing copies of the INATJ GUBAli SotJVenie can obtain the same at the Counting Boom of The Dispatch or from newsboys this morning. Out-of-town people can secure Souvenirs through agents of The DisrATOi. ESTABLISHED FEBRUARY 1SML VoL , So. 17. Entered at Pittsburg Post office. November 14. 1&S7, as second-class matter. 'Business Office 97 and 99 Fifth Avenue. News Booms and Publishing House 75, 77 and 79 Diamond Street. Average circulation of the dally edition of The Dispatch for six months ending March 1,1SS9, 27,988 Copies per Issnc. Average circulation of tbo Sunday edition of The Dispatch for February, 1SS9, 45,144 Copies per issue. TE...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 6 March 1889

Eai FT-' 9-r;Cr-r ' -vr5" SW-. SggNHiP&M " --THE PEPTSBXfKGKf ' DISPATCH, -' " WEDNESDAY, mEGH6 '!889. SiTWT"J," ,i .'? .5 fe - I" . I y' os HiEOT.MAYGOEREE That Wisharl Libel SuitV Result - Indicated by Judge White. . THE ORIGINAL PAPER IS BARRED. iOther Oddities of Litigation That Were Caught Adrift in a Day. A SMI THE StJPfiEME COUET FAILS ON The Wishart libel case, a branch of the perjury case, brought against Mark W. Wishart, by J. &. Edgar, came up before Judge White yesterday afternoon, and, al though a verdict had not been rendered when court adjourned, the result ia likely to be the same as that of the other branch of the suit. Attorney Tost was the only witness ex amined, and his testimony as to the origin of the affidavit which gave rise to the suit, was almost identical to that of the preceding day. Then came the repetition of the wrancle be tween Attorneys Moore and Marshall over the affidavit. As to the admission of the original affidavit (the alleged perjury) ...

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

PpSKQ! SgE LM.JJWHisl t . $ 6. fSCHEDip OF GAMES. tThe donvenlion of League Clubs Gets Down to Business and IDOES ITS WORK IN SHORT ORDER. The Bojs Ghat With the President and Are Firmly Convinced rSHiT HE'S A JOLLY. GOOD FELLOW. . Some Changes in the Constitution of the American Association. The convention of tbe League clubs held ;-a busy session yesterday and completed and adopted a schedule. Pittsburg is to play New York in this city on July 4. On Labor Day it trill meet the champions in New York. Several of the boys called on Presi dent Harrison and Secretary Halford. It 'They were warmly greeted and had a pleas ant chat A. nll report ox me proceedings K of the convention follows. IBrrCTAL TELEGKAM TO THE DISPATCH. 1 , "WAsniNGTOK, March 5. While the jpulse of Washington is still throbbing with . the throes of the inauguration excitement, Jnent, it is now threatened with convulsions by a baseball meeting, All the League delegates were here early. The Schedule Committee held a s...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 6 March 1889

KcKSB fiif V'S.'V 'fp MF1HBK vi imw J BQi wW,Tf!r3l "ST x i -i- . -'- CTBC -t THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, "WEDNESDATr MAKOH . 091 6, ' 1889? ft fc 2 FEATUKES OF TRADE. f Spring Trade in Wall Paper Opening Earlier Than UsuaL TASTE FOEtJOOD GOODS GROWING. An Allegheny Factory Will Furnish Wall Decorations and MEET A I0XG FELT LOCAL WANT Office of Pittsburg Dispatch. ? TUESDAY. March 6, 1SS9. $ The time for the opening of the spring trade in wallpaper lines varies with the weather. This season's trade opened up earlier than usual on account of the open weather. Orders bezan to come in by the middle of February, in the wholesale de partment Last spring trade did not open up until the middle of March. The memo rable blizzard last March, about the middle of the month, spoiled many a nice-laid plan of wallpaper dealers, as well as bringing anguish to many hearts in he land by furnishing food to the great destroyer. Last season was one of the late ones for the wallpaper trade. This has been one...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 6 March 1889

MtfffTTU-g zrs I" 8 .ANOTHER BIG STEIKE i On the Honongahela Schedule, but Mine Operators Will Do It. THE! WILL NOT PAY THREE CENTS, Says One of the Eisner Firm, ITor "Will They Dicker With Miners. OTHEE INDUSTRIAL NEWS OP THE DAT A representative of the firm of J. C. llisher said yesterday that -within a few weeks another big strike would be in Eugurated on the Monongagela river. He stated that by April 1 he expected to see all the mines along the river idle, and would remain so for an indefinite period. The strike to which he referred will not he a strike of the miners, but a strike of the operators. Quite a number of the latter said yesterday that as soon as the empty craft now up the river is loaded, they would propose a reduction in wages. If it should not be accepted, the miners can stand idle. They say the reason they are paying the 3-cent rate now, is that they iaveto. They do not wish to have the miners strike and stay idle during the winter when there is any chance ot keep...

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

HUPS! :C kk vs -r -'"- .. M''v'vS.aSb ,3M .sri SHREWD BUSINESS Can reach the fcest class of -investors through THE DIS PATCH. The best 4Si..2 peruse the r- of SPATCH. "S r w.J.i n having men in business can also be reached through THE DI8- . PATCH. WHO WANT, o) havhur Houses Bent can secure i ts Aa 44- U1L3 UV by adver Hfl.l?.?.2"& glnTHEDIS- IIIlllllLtlVrV vr. TT - w w -o---w.v-- a rl FORTT-rOITRTH TEAR4 PITTSBTJBG, THURSDAY,'- MARCH 7, 1889. SoTo 1EE 'CENTS,; i LAWYER CLEVELAND. Return of the Ex-President to the Practice of His Profes sion in New York. TRIP FROM WASHINGTON. Crowds at All Stations to See the Distinguished Party. 20 STOPS AND NO SPEECHES. TheSpeclRl Train and Its Passenger Metal Wilmington liy Georgfi W. Child The Arrival at New York An Ineffectual At tempt to Avoid a Crowd at the Station Hew the Cleveland, Laments and Dick inson Are Located A Big Lot of Trunks The Ex-President's New Law Office and the Desk and Chair Where He Will Work Retirement or Hector to Pr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 7 March 1889

PITHY PARAGRAPHS. Incidents and Ideas of the Lightweight Clan Intermingled. Waester. Cure that cold. SUNSHtNE or shadow. A fad. Lady athletes. Tixe to think of Caster bonnets. Dangebous Draughts ot all sorts. Lovely climate for an anas boschas. Evebvbodt'S pudding is nobody's pie. Coming home from Wash isn't going to Wash. Which shall it be umbrella, or overcoat, or both? W. T. Don, the Dawson banker, was in the city yesterday. Chief Eixiot, of the Department of Charities, went East last night. Tit E -man who does not seethe first robin is offered a pretty new hatchet as a prize. Natural gas tried to blow up the traction. That is where it resembles some people. 'Work on the new foundry to be erected near the 'Edgar' Thomson will soon be commenced. People who insist upon-moving regularly everv April 1 probably know why it is called "All" Fool's Day." The fact that a foolish young man says his Ctrl is a little chic, does notmean he will some day call her an old hen. Fifth avenue and r...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 7 March 1889

TT HKP 1-V l.'TsiS-S-?R7K' ' ?vraKJJ , - .- - . ' J ,,'&fV "" "-, ;'.,, rr ) 3 SHE ' PITTSBT3KG- -DISPATCH, . THURSDAY, OTROB -ft 1889. IT'S 8,000,000 BUSHELS Eiver Operators Make TheirLargest Shipment of the Season AON 13-FOOT STAGE OP WATER. Tlie Majority of the Steamboats LeaTe for Southern Ports, LOADED DOW WITH HE ATI COAL 10 WS The largest coal shipment of the season vill go out on the present rise. It is esti mated by operators that the amount -will reach 8,000,000 bushels. A number of boats were started yesterday morning, more fol lowed in the afternoon and evening, and there will be some boats left to make the riffle this morning. The water at noon yesterday was 13 feet deep, and falling slowly. There will be enough for boating purposes for the balance of the week. The operators were busy stock ing their boats, and gettingready to' starttheir craft. The river 'merchants were doing a thriving business. Pew boats were left at their moorings, for the first time in a num be...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 7 March 1889

tt iir- jjRj M$$&t ESTABLISHED FEBRUARY a ISIS. VoL 44, o. 3. Entered al Pittsburg Port eBce, Itovemberlt, 18S7, as seeona-ciass matter. Business Offlce--G7 and 99 Fifth Avenue. News Booms and Publishing House 75, 77 and 70 Diamond Street Average circulation of the dally edition of The DiipatcU for six months ending March 1.1SS9, 27,988 Copies per itsue. Average rircnlation of tbe Sunday edition of The Dispatch for Febrnnrf , 1SS9, 45,144 Copies per issnr. TERMS OF THE DISPATCH. mTAOK TRIE IS TIIK UMTEO STATES. JUE.t DisrTCH, One Year .". t 800 J'Ai'.Y DISPATCH, I"cr Quarter S00 HilLT DisrATCn. One Month iiA.tr Dispatch, Including Sunday, one Jri 1003 1i:ly Dispatch, Including bandar, per . quarter ISO JU1LT Dispatch, luclcdlne bandar, one 'iscuUi - 10 fCSSAY DISPATCH, one year. 150 V jr.LKIA DisPATcn. one year 1 25 THE DAILY Dispatch Is delivered by carriers at J." cents p"? week, or Including thebunday edition, stts cents per week. PITTSBURG, THURSDAY, MAR. 7, 1SS9. BASEBALL I...

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

imam ttjmrJrY wm: W 'VTlrT TaSSBKEjSi'ti pga" W 2t9m rHSWiePv1" ' - ?sw? ( ' IjJt ? sK ' "T c & SHV CEHE PITTSBURG- iDISPATCHTBHJRSDAY, .MAEGEC 7,1889. :x- ' SOT ALL THEY SEEM. ." Some Styles of Building and loan Associations Exposed. AX EXAMINER FINDS THE FLAWS. Terr Poor Chance for the Many Members Who Must Borrow; THE LOCAL LIST IN A SIXGLE LINE Building and loan associationshave been both a blessing and a curse, the former when honestly conducted and on business principles, and the latter 'when they were mismanaged or designedly traps for the un initiated. Premium associations bare some times bled people to the extent of 40 to 50 percent of a loan extended. The mutual companies, as a rule, have the best record, and all that propose to give you something for nothing are no more to be trusted than is a dealer ill "green goods." For a long time there was trouble to get rid of money after lour or five years of the life of an organization, and non-borrowers being forced to borrow...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 7 March 1889

IfiQ LIS'SE . 6 'HORACE IS KICKING, . The Local Manager's Strong I Complaints Al)ont the LWEEY CRUDE SCHEDULE. Important Baseball Deals Litely to be Made. k flEW RULES FOR TROTTING RACES. FThe Annual Meeting of the Pittsburg Cricket Club. IGE2TEEAL SPOETIXG HEWS OP THE DAT L'J" Manager - Horace Phillips, of the local jfclub, returned from "Washington last even Suny, -where he had been attending the League meeting. Horace looked none the "better for his trip, as he had a sick spell 'when at the capital. Last evening he spoke strongly abont the new schedule, and 1 according to his opinion a worse schedule Jv couldn't well be arranged. & "I don't find fault with it," he said, 'be cause we have not gotten our share of the jgood things. "We have been well attended to in that respect, as we open with Chicago and close with Boston. We have New York here on the fourth and also on Labor Day. We are t also well taken can of for Saturdays. But the Jjgreat and serious objection to the sched...

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

leading Features of Live Stock Trade at Liberty Tards. SHEEP AND LAMBS MORE ACTIVE. Few High Grade CattleMarket Slow and in Bayer's FaTor. HEATI HOGS ARE J$ BETTER DEMAND OFFICE 01 PlTTSBUKO'DlSPATCH, ? Wednesdat, March 6. 18S9. $ Supplies of cattle for the local trade has been between 73 and 80 carloads this -week, or a dozen loads more than last week, and as many less than the week before. Be ceipts from Chicago were less than for sev eral weeks past. The total from that point footed up about 40 .loads. Markets for heavy cattle haTe been very slow for some time, and the result is seen in the fact that very few heavyweights are coming to the front. In the 75 to 80 loads received at Lib erty this week there were scarcely any cattle weighing over 1,400. A leading stockman re ports that -he saw nothing above that figure. Some 3 .or 4 loads ot stockers weighing from SOO to 1,000 were among the receipts and brought better prices than they would have done for a week or two past. A few bu...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 7 March 1889

& 6 ' p. .THE ETTSBTJEGr- DISPATCH? . THURSDAY,' MAHQHft'-T; 1889 . a ', - -tTV ' ,- ' - . ,iW THURSDAY,' MARGHV'T,- A IAD DOG EPIDEMIC. Panic-Stricken Farmers Organizing to Kill Off the Animals. f A FEW HUNDRED ALREADY SLAIN. Two of the Alleged Murderers of Umberger Held for Trial. ALL THE SEWS FK03I XEAEBY T0W5S rsrrciAi. ttlegeam to the dispatch. j Kew MARTINSVlLLE."Y.YA.,March 6. Notwithstanding the fact that from two to three hundred dogs, suspected of beingmador infected, to so some degree, with rabies, hare been killed in this (Wetzel) county dur ins the past SO days, the interior of the county appears to be over run with canines in a dangerous condition, and the alarm of the people is general. There has been considerable loss of live stock, cattle, swine and sheep, which have died from the effects of bites inflicted by infected dogs, and in some instances horses have succumbed. Several people nave also been bitten, but in no instances, as yet, has any se xtons result fol...

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

SMALL ADVERTISEMENTS For to-nwrrow's DISPATCH can be left at main office till mid- . njght or at branch oftica till 9 J?. 3T. FORTY-FOURTH YEAR. HO EBBTOTHE FLOOD Of Applications for Federal Of fices Under the. New Administration. HARRISON TAKES A HINT, And Limits the Timelo be Hereafter Devoted to His Callers. HIS HEALTH UNEQUAL TO THE STRAIN. Ohio nod Michigan Partlrnlnrly Importu nate in ThcIrDcmandsEverjbodT Tick ing Oat What Strikes His Fancy First Formal Meeting of Hnrrison's Adviser IVo Chances Yet Made Anions the De partment Subordinates Walker ninlnc Assistinc III Father nt Mr. Rives' Old DcsU Uchtenallons qf Democratic Of ficeholders 'Fljinc in Fust. Never was there such a rush of office seekers to Washington. The hotels are reaping a rich harvest. All their hallways are yet lined with double rows of cots, all filled -with the forms of patriots, willing aye anxious to be struck by appointment lightning. General Harrison has been obliged to take advice aso his health, and h...

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

it 2 PITHY PARAGRAPHS. Incident! and Idem" of the Lightweight Clns Intermingled. Moke weather. Lady bicyclists. .Mat. Saturday aft. N ew Lenten moon. "What a show city this is. Nearly baseball season. "Wild duck hunters are expectant. The German question WIe gents? A CURIOUS question "Who is that?" Ox the streets again The family carriage. A strict observer of Lent is a phenomenon. The musical union still soems to hare tight hold. Wiggixs says soring overcoats and umbrel las will both be useful. Superintendent Pttcairn went East last evening in his private car. The man who chews a wooden tooth pick on the street Is still prevalent. "Will the tint of the new wall paper match the general tone of the room? A chronic growler Is not always a chronic reformer. He may have the gout. Prohibition doot prohibit. Reserved seats will be in demand at the Martin-Wlshart combination this morning. JIB. and Mrs. J. M. Gtjttt and Mrs. T. H. Irwin, of Irwin, left for New York last night. Kelso, .the m...

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

TK1TOPE OF Ilffl). Labor - Saving Machinery in Iron Making Gives labor More Taj FOR MUCH LESS YFOBK, "WHILE -Yielding Larger Eetnrns to Capital on Narrower Profit Harjin. A MILL MAKES 50 MILES OF BAIL A WEEK Old Tubal Cain was a man of might In the days when earth was young: Br the fierce red light of his furnace bright, The strokes of his hammer rung; And he lilted high his brawny hand On the iron glowing clear. Till the sparks rushed out in scarlet showers, As he fashioned the sword ana spear. And he sang, "Hurrah for my handiwork! Hurrah for the spear and the sword! Hurrah for the hand that shall wield them well, For he shall be king and lordP But old Tubal's laureate, though 'writing about an industry thousands of years old, neither knew nor could know what any man of eyes, ears and common apprehension can learn in a week's tour of Pittsburg's iron works. It is true there may be some like the man to whom The primrose on the river's brink, A yellow primrose was to him. And it was...

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

r 'jpv rr. v, - m v fcipsri HttiaiearMrrw av-ssi PITTSBURG-" DISPATCH ' ERTDT; Ifie BtMcfj. ESTABLISHED FEBRUARY 8. 1S4S. Vol. 4t, No. 19. Entered su. Pittsburg Post office. November H. ISST, as second-class matter. Business Office 97 and9.3 Fifth Avenue. News Booms and Publishing House--75, 77and'79 Diamond Street. Average circulation of the dally edition of The Dispatch for six months ending March 1. 1SS9," .27,988 Copies per issue Average circulation of the Sunday edition of The Dispatch for Febrnary, 1SS9, 45,144 Copies per Issue. TERMS OF TUB DISPATCH. POSTAGE TOIX DT THE L.NllJJJ STATES. "AUT DisrATCIt, One Tear..... S 8 00 Dailt Dispatch, Per Quarter SpO Dailt Dispatch. One Month Dailt Dispatch, Including Sunday, one year. ,. - . "" Daily Dispatch, including Sunday, per quarter. -5"1 Dailt DisrATCH, Including Sunday, one month. - SO ElDfD AT DISPATCH, oneyear. S59 HVeeklt DisrATCIt, one year 1 3 True Dailt Dispatch Is delivered by carriers at J5entaper week, orlncludlngtheSun...

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