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

v sL'OTnswwrBwiBE sasffTWB&wsBaBHw: JF SMM "Twf THE' PITTSBTJHG-" DJSPATOH-S ---. ilW .. V nVNW. s97J3Vfc 1889; ': " i'itLUAX, jyLUKUOi"fCqj. ?;.-. -vtov- ?v --IL'.-I M GERMANY A MEDDLER 1 Even in Far-Away Zanzibar, Accord ins to a Most Credible Writer. LETTERS FROJI BISHOP COURMOHT To Eev. Father McDermott, of the Holy Ghost College, Pittsburg. CATHOLIC MISSIONS AIDING NATIVES. In a conversation which a reporter of The Dispatch had yesterday with the Kev. Father McDermott, of the Holy Ghost College, the latter furnished some very in teresting details respecting the recent troubles in Zanzibar, on the Eastern coast of Africa. He prefaced his remarks by stating that the Order of the Holy Ghost is entrusted with extensive missions on the entire weslcoast,embracingan extent of 5,000 miles along the coast and 1,700 miles into the interior, including Senegambia, Liberia, Senegal, Congo, the Guinea coast; reaching an the south to the Orange, river, and on the northeast as far as the f...

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 March 1889

Zf the- pittsburg -hdisi&tq:e s l i I A M4STAKEN NOTIO About the Minor Leagues Ex plained by Al. Pratt. SOME COMPABISONS MADE. Poor Prospects of a Paid Club at Steubermlle. GOSSIP ABOUT TEE LOCAL TEAM. Kilrain Will Bather Fight Sullivan Than Go to England. GENERAL SPORTING NEWS OF THE DAT It is surprising to know of the mistaken opinion that to a large extent prevails re garding the quality of ball playing to be fonnd among the minor leagues as com pared with that of the larger organizations. Of course the general idea has been for a very long time that good players in either the National League or American Associa tion would have what is commonly called a picnic in the lesser organizations. There are, however, some good authorities who contend otherwise. This contention, doubt less, appear strance to the vast majority of the enthusiasts, but it is this feature that makes it exceedingly Interesting. Sarins a conversation on the matter yester day Al Pratt said: "I confess that fo...

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 March 1889

mBK&KBaSWSm ssr RBSK" - THE', PITTSBUBGP DISPTGH, I4 ERmiSSS 'MRGHW8j! 1889." '3 F3aWWwp--E;4.5?4-,' jr. LVSZBSSFT- ?.' ; ;,LLYE STOCK REVIEW. Leading Features of Week's Trade at East Liberty Yards. GRADE OF CATTLE BELOWAYERAGE He&Vy Sheep Sluggish, Heavy Hogs in . Improved Demand. FULL BETUBXS OP THE WEEK'S TKADE. Office of Pittsburg Dispatch, Tuttesday, March", lbS9. J Through receipts of -cattle vary little for a number of weeks past, the total being from 4,000 to 5,000 head. The demands of the local trade have been close to 1,500 head for a month or two past With returns all In, It appears that local re ceipts hare been 120 larper this week than last, and 190 less than the previous week. The grade of cattle received this week has been below tho average, and very much below those of last week. Very few were above 1,400 pounds. Markets were most active for lightweights. A few primes, weighing 1,000 to 1,700 pound, showed up at Herr's Island yards, but none of this high gra...

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

r i LOVE'S TEAGIC END. An Elopement, Murder and Suicide Follow in Quick Succession. WALKED 11 MILES IN THE MUD Only to Take Their Own Ikes at the End of the Journey. A HAHDS021E GIKL Of SIXTEEN IEAES Flees From Her Home to Sleet at the Same Time Her Lover and Death. An Illinois community has been shocked by a startling tragedy. A young couple eloped together, walked 11 miles through mud and-vater, and ended tbeir lives after reaching their destination. The girl left a note for her mother sayine that she ras going to her grave. Her companion had a . bad reputation, and she bad been refused permission to see him. Paw Paw, III., March 7. An elope ment which threw this community into ex citement last Monday morning bas ended in a tragedy as borrible and shocking as any that the place can remember for years. It ras regarded as an abduction rather than an elopement, owing to the extremely ten der age of the girl, and tbe unenviable rep utation of the man with whom she fled. Last Sunday ni...

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

'"; ' C ' ' '" ; FIRST PART. . " J ' . -re JHp&! 4.:"-? ;v-":r PAGES l TO 8; "f 1 " - - ' i, w -7 V L A T J - JiLO RUMBUIGS OF WAR Startling Rumer About a Naval Conflict in Samoan Waters in Which An AMERICAN VESSEL IS SUNK. A Pittsburg Man's Graphic and Au thentic Narrative ot the TRUE INWARDNESS OF THE TEOUBLES Germans Jealous of Americans They Are Trying to Freeze Out the Yankees The German Consul Held Responsible Be Is Supposed to Bare Disobeyed Bismarck's Orders Unfortunate Natives Captured and EnslnTed far German Treachery Lured Into Ships by Feasts and Carried Off The Americans Above bach Oat races. It may be true There is nothing, so far, to disprove yesterday's rumor of warfare at Samoa. Berlin hardly whispers about it Washington's officials, from Blaine -down, discredit it Dan F. A. Mclntyre, now in Pittsburg, tells The Dispatch a story of absorbing interest in this connection. He has lived in Samoa. Many of his ex periences and observations will be revela tions here. W...

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

i-.--trSKSTaiaKHXYJ". L5?F1 rTT t R -f-F . i"?-s: ST s &fP'. '1J-- K" i I- I I PITHY PARAGRAPHS. Incidents and Ideas of the Llshtwelght Class Intermingled. Dust. Billiards. Don't argue. MABcn blast. Blast March. Fob sweet charity's sake. Troublous times before June 18. The hading veil is the fading Tell. Odd advertisement Freak wanted. Ancient Lent Sackcloth and ashes. Modern Lent Sacquecloth and sashes. "Wiggins says there will be snow to-dayj that is, "Wiggins says so. The drama of life Act 1 Birth. Act2 Trouble. Act 3 Death. The school teachers were paid yesterday, and now about that new dress. "Fluccoukt 0' the war in Slmonr' was the cry of one Pittsburg newsboy yesterday. Judge Stevenson Burke, of Cleveland, was in the city yesterday. He dines at the 3Jonon. Law"ters complain of a lack of business. They are not great sticklers for "Peace on earth, good wilfto men." August Hart was fined $10 for being a bore on oath of Mr. Giles. The man with a story would be worth $100 at t...

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

wm "iT.5 v ' T- t THE PITTSBtTEiG-' DISPATOH, SATtJBDAT, ; MA5tCE; J9, 1889.; fiS-Dtiplai atirertfjoncn one dollar ptr square or one insertion. Classified advertise ments on Wits page such as Wanted, For Sale, Zb Let, eta, ten cetils per line or each inser tion, and none taken or las thanfifty cents. THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH BRANCH OFFICES. Por 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: Advertisements are to be prepaid except where advertisers already have accounts with THE DIS PATCH. rrrrsBURG. THOMAS MCCAFFREY, 3X9 Butler street. EMIL G. STUCKEY, 2lth street and I'enn are. E. G. STUCKEY & CO., WyUeave. and Fulton 6L N. STOKELY. FUlh Avenue Market House. EAST END. J. W. WALLACE, einl'enn avenue. OAKLAND. MCALL1STEB 4 SHElBLEn,5thav. iAlwooa St. EOUTHSIDE. JACOB srOHN. No. 2 Carson street. CHAS. SCHWAEM, IT...

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

T tl -r t SPft Vn ":'. I - '?"' - . w. jVSA 'sf.ai- ?ri- THE PITTSBURG- DISPATOH,' SATURDAY, MAHOH 9, 1889, j Bipplaj. . ESTABLISHED FEBRUARY 8. 1S46. r Vol. 44, So. 29. Entered at l'ittsburg Fostofflcc, Ttoicmbcrii, 1867, as eccona-ciass maner. Business Office97 and G9 Fifth Avenue. News Booms and Publishing Eouse75, 77 and 79 Diamond Street. Average circulation of the daily edition of The Dispatch for six months ending March 1, 1SS9, 27,988 Copies per issue 'Average rircnlation of the Sunday edition of The Dispatch for February, 1SS9, 45,144 Copies per issue. TERMS OF THE DISPATCH. postage thee in Tim ranni states. Daily Dispatch. One Year. J 8 00 Dailt DisrATCU, Per Quarter 2 00 Daily DisrATCU, One Month 70 Daily Dispatch, including Sunday, one year 10 00 Daily DisrATCU, including Sunday, per quarter. . - ......., 250 'Daily DisrATCH. including Sunday, one month 90 Sunday Dispatch, oncyear 2 50 "Weekly DisrATCU, one jear 1 25 Tub Daily Dispatch Is delivered by carriers at 15 cent...

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

.. :f'j 03Si r .wt -as;s THE PITTSBURG' DISPATOH a - . t -- - sCTWK"- SATTJBD&.Y, MAEOH" 9, .1889. ALL J)0HIM HONOR. Democrats and Kepublicans Unite in Offering Tributes of Eespect 4 TO GENERAL SIMOK CAMERON. I The Teteran, in a Most Happy Frame of 1? Mind, Tleasantly Greets THE THROXG OF FKIENDLI TISITOEB. Jlany Distinguished Ilea Conrratnlate the Ajed Statesman on His Kinetieth Birthday. Democrats and Republicans Tied -with each other yesterday in offering congratula tions and expressions of hearty goodwill to General Simon Cameron on the ninetieth anniTersary of his birth. The Pennsylvania Legislature, the Governor and many other distinguished guests were among the aged statesman's callers, while letters, telegrams and tributes of respect poured in from every quarter. The General entertained his guests most pleasantly, and seemed in a very happy and contented mood. rFEOM X STAFF COKKESrONDETT.J Haeeisbcbg, March a The feeble hand that in its days of strength swayed a Commonwe...

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

FT- ' '''1mKMSHKnfKMKHB BASEBALL II PARIS, Tlie American Teams Put Up One of the Prettiest Games FOB A CRITICAL AUDIENCE. The County League Makes Changes in Its .Rules. Some THE BELFAST SPIDER IN TOWN. Another Big Day at the Hex? Tork Trotting Horse Sale. GENERAL SPORTIKG KEWS OP THE DAI IBT CABLE TO THE DISPATCH.: Pakis, March 8. Copyright The game in Paris to-day proved to be one of the pleasantest incidents of the trip of the American baseball players around the world, though several unavoidable mistakes or the management detracted somewhat from perfect success. One mistake lay in the selection of the grounds. The situation was admirable, directly across the Seine from the Eiffel tower, but the grounds were too small, and the surface of loose sand, it seemed, would make a good game impossi ble. In spite of these adverse circumstances, one of the best games of the series was played. The weather which, according to all prom "ises, should have been execrable, proved to be extremely ...

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

Mm V ?w THE PirTSBUHG-'; DISPATCH,4 SATURDAY, MARCH 9, 1889; & '4 5 THE MARKET BASKET. Quietness Still Reigns at Fruit and Vegetable Stalls.. r "3 BETTER AND POULTRY ADVANCING. ? irriral of Ash Wednesday Helps Fish and f 2 Ojstcr Trade, AXD HINDERS MEATS AND FLOWERS Office of Pittsburg Dispatch, 1 Friday, Marin 8, lhS9. J At the fruit and vegetable stalls no im provement in the situation of trade is re ported for the week. Quietness prevails all along the line. Saturday must furnish favorable weather and unusually active de mand in order to keep up a fair record for the week: Oleo dealers at Diamond markets do not Ie61 at all amiable toward the actions of law and Order Society. Heavy fines have Knocked out trade in this line, and as a result there is an active demand for unadulterated butter at advanced prices. A countryman, who pays weekly visits to our markets, puts the changed situation in the following terms: "Two weeks ago in my region ot country second grade butter was ver...

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

THE " PJPTTSBTJKG DISPATCH,' MAPvOH 1889.' -? SHALL EARTHQUAKES Shake Up the Eastern Part of the State, Almost Creating a Panic PLASTER FALLS AT LABCASTER. The Fierce liquor Fight in Which an Ohio Town is Injaged. ALL THE NEWS FROM KEAEBT TOWKS rsrECIAIi TILrGEAU TO THE DISrATCH.l LAJfCASTXEB, Pa., March &. A shock like that of an earthquake was felt in this city at 6:40 this evening. It lasted for al most a minute and shook the furniture in the houses and rattled the windows and dishes. In one house part ot the plaster was shaken from the ceiling. People ran in terror from their houses, and at first it was supposed that it was an explosion. Telegrams from different parts of the county state that the shock was lelt every where. It seemed to pass from the north to the south. The shock seems to have reached as far as "Wilmington, DeL, as a dispatch from there says that an earthquake shock was noticed by some people there about6:45 P. si. There was a perceptible shake, accompanied ...

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

Mhas&Sm ; y ra?sFiK3B&m -, --rtygjwev .fj,eaBiapg?tfigjawBWBE PITTSBURG THE DISPATCH. PAGES 9 TO 12. . l' r SECOND PART. .'&?V; A' -' " -uc NOW F1EST ASERIES OF SHORT STORIES By J. Marsden Sutcliffe, ENTITLED THE ROJffiAUGE OF M INSUHMOE OFFICE, Being Passages in theExfebiexce of Me. AUGUSTUS WILLIAM WEBBEE Formerly General Manager to the Universal Insurance Company. J.LL SIGHTS The Mystery et Clump CnttOQE. n. All murders may be traced to one of six passions: momentary anger, love, jealousy, hatred, revenge, or greed. If the crime can not be traced' distinctly and beyond contro versy to one or the other oi the first five mo tives, then ascertain the individual who. has a beneficiary interest in the death of the victim, and you 'will spot the real criminal at once." This is Mr. Doggett's dictum, and is quoted here not by way of subscribing to its strict accuracy, but as explaining the prin ciple which, that astute officer, Mr. Superin tendent Jorkins, went on, in his end...

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

i&wSwT K v !rv ,!iy ''.A ,' tri t 10 THE PITTSBTJKG DISPATCH)- ti AT U&D AY, - MARCH ;1B69. & is 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. Place Where License Is Applied For. Present Residence. Name of Applicant. Abernathy, Samuel.. ..No. 46 Second avenue 1st ward, Pittsburg Becker, Jacob No. 25 Fourth avenue 1st ward, Pittsburg Bobinger, Charles No. 43 Fourth avenue 1st ward, Pittsburg Bole v, Samuel C No. 31, 32 and 33 Diamond square 1st ward. Pittsburg Bach, J. H E No. 22 Penn av'enuo 1st ward, Pittsburg Carson, Alex No. SS and 90 Third avenue 1...

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

H ns 3 - -s&r TfV' "n Same ot Applicant Place Where license is Applied For. Present Residence. O'Donnell, William.... No. 75 Perrysville avenue 2d ward, Allegheny - mtter, P. J. No. 217 Federal street 12th ward, Allegheny Rhodes, Robt I. Corner of Ohio and West Diamond 2d ward, Allegheny 8ohneider, Max Nos. 171 and ITS Federal street. 2d ward. Allegheny Smith. Joseph No. 189 Federal street 2d ward, Allegheny Volbrecht, Fred No. 89 Irwin avenue .2d ward, Allegheny Third "Ward. Bayer, John No. 229 Ohio Btreet .'. Sd ward, Allegheny Bayer! Nicholas No. 161 Madison avenue 8d ward, Allegheny Bedstein, William Nos. 261 and 26JOhio street 3d ward, Allegheny Breltlauch, J. C No. 153 Ohio street 3d ward, Allegheny Buhl, Christian No. 275 Ohio street 3d ward, Allegheny Binder, Joseph No. 14S Ohio street 3d ward, Allegheny Coppes, Henry. No. 191 Ohio street 3d ward, Allegheny Campbell. Robert No. 57 Ohio street 3d ward, Allegheny Doepke. Fred No. 41 Middle street. 4 Sd ward, Allegheny Degi...

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

r 4?P?4fVtT sim '?vi :-VF-' v; Vv- - ACV&.Tv ' ' , i i I "&i&Jm i ,:j- W - , -i.fisgy -v Tff PITTSBURG DISPATOH, ' SATURDAY, MAROH- 9, 1889. ALLEGHENY BAPTISTS Organizers of the First Protestant Church in This County. GROWTH OP THE DENOMINATION. trials of the Early Congregations and Their Pastors. . CHDKCH DIRECTORY AND STATISTICS. To the Baptist denomination belongs the honor of claiming the first Protestant church in Allegheny county. It was or ganized in 1773 and known as Peters Creek Baptist Church. The first Baptist church in Pittsburg was the Fourth Avenue Bap tist, organised in 1812. Only a little band they made, six families all told, not making, in numbers, more than 12. Like other pioneer churches they had at first no regular place of meet ing. The first pnblic place was & hall over a shop on old Firth avenue. Atter a time a lot was secured on the corner of Grant and Third avenue. This one-story frame building was but 30x40 feet in df txnensions, and does n...

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

ammxm SWt ?"5KX mv. ., -, Wr '-? . '5 & . T j T DOUBLE NUMBER. M$mw WW SIXTEEN PAGES. ?! e . 1 1 .-; '1 t rORTY-FOTJBTH TEAK MILMIMHISH1 Not Until Then Did He Think it Time to Wind Up His Erratic Reign. A VERY DANGEROUS CRISIS Being Passed Through by a Great Financial Institution. GOOD LUCE FOLLOWING A EEAL DUKE. A Worthy Charter Founded by tho London Salvation Army The Enclish Govern ment's Scheme of National Defense Roundly Denounced Characteristic Farewell or the Prince of Wales to Monte Carlo Viscount Mandeville and Bis Peculiar Tastes The Plan of Cam pain Adopted by the Oldest Unionist Member oflbe House of Commons First Anniversary of the Death of Emperor William of Germany. A new and noTel reason for King Mi lan's abdication is given. His black hair has become gray and is falling out. The Duke of Portland js in great luck. The , copper corner is squeezing a big financial concern in France. Yesterday the first an niversary of the death of Emperor William was observed throu...

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

w K The fiumored Kaval Action of the Americans and Germans at Samoai MVAL OFFICERS ARE CONCERNED A Pittsburg Classmate of the Kipsic, Tren ton and Tandalia's Masters. IXTREST1NG POINTS AKEXT TR& KATr A well-known newspaper man of this city who is peculiar, among other things, in that he has a disposition that shrinks worse than an Americus Club silk-lined inauguration overcoat, from having his name appear in print in any connection whatsoever, was a classmate of Commander Mullan, of the "United States man-of-war Nipsic, which has cut to prominent a figure latterly in Samoan waters, and which was lately re ported to have been sent to the bottom of the South Sea by Bismarck's boat, the corvette Olga. In the course ora conversa tion with The DisrATCH on this red-hot theme, the gentleman said: "There is barely the ghoit of a possibility that there has been an engagement between the American and the German. There was Eome probability of their clearing for action , -when the island wa...

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

fr V1 NEEDN'T 60 IT BLIND. Eyes for All Animals, Though Some Differ Widely From Others. A COLLEGE OP ANATOMY LECTURE In lYhich Orbs of Sight, From Man's Down to the Snail's, Are Treated. THE CHEMISTRY OF MEDICINE TOUCHED Before the Pittsburg College of Anatomy yesterday, Prof. B. C. Jillson gave an in teresting lecture on "How Animals See and Hear," and S. H. Stevens, IT. D., Professor ot Chemistry at the School of Pharmacy, entertained the audience with a delightful talk on "Chemistry of Medicines." Dur ing the course of his lecture Prof. Jillson said: The difference between men, the higher ani mals, is in their mental deportment; their brain power, to see, hear, realize and understand things they see and hear. The body, legs,anns, etc, are only the servants of the mind, and are made use of by the mind to do its work. None ot us has any connection or contact with the outside world, except through the servants of the mind, viz: hearing, feeing, feeling, tasting and smelling. The wav...

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

flje 3$pfrj. ESTABLISHED FEBRUARY 8. 1S48. Vol. 41, o 31. Entered at Pittsburg Postofflce. 2o ember 14, 1SS7, at second-class matter. Business Office 87 and 99 Fifth Avenue. News Booms and Publishing House 75, 77 and 79 Diamond Street. Average circulation of the dally edition of Tbe Dispatch for six months ending March 1. 1SS9, 27,988 Copies per lime Average circulation of tbe Sunday edition f The Dispatch for February, 1SS9, 45,144 Copies per Issue. TERMS OF THE DISPATCH. TOSTAGS TREK IX THE UNITED STATES. DaILVDISPATCII. One Year. t 8 00 Dailt Dispatch, Per Quarter 1 00 Daily Disr-ATCH, One Month 70 Daily Dispatch, Including fcunday, one year 10 00 Dailx Dispatch, Including fcunday, per quarter .( SCO- Daily Dispatch, including Sunday, one month 90 Sunday Dispatch, oneyear. 2 50 "Weekly Dispatch, one j car 115 The Daily Dispatch Is delivered by carriers at IS cents per week, or Including the Sunday edition, at 20 cents per w eel. Voluntary contributor should keep copies of article...

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