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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 18 March 1889

-,' :v, ? m:wmr-)Mlklmkl i4K. 7i '&, 11 V. JT " .--j art--..'-- - ..a- f-A . c ' v . nt-. . -fsif . ..AJ ANY ONE CAN MAKE MONEY ;; s v- ; r t r ' f j-i"' f . .- i ' - ; --r?. - -: , -';.. a-. .V.. - ' --YHB ,W txs VASTS Of any, tlnd can test bo Who has a good article to sell, and who adrer tlscs vlcorously and liberally. Advertising is truly the life or trade. All enterprising and judicious advertisers succeed. SPLENDtp MEDIUM. '' . ' - satasaee; br advertising: is the columns ol THE Xfl5 PATCH. f- pupwri JTO s. FORTT-rOURTH TEAR NEW IS A The Indiana Leader Sees the President Alone for Sev eral Hours, and GOES AWAY VERY HAPPY. He Can Have the Best of Anything at Harrison's Disposal. ENGLISH AND FRENCH MISSIONS GONE. Chnnncey 91. Depew Stated for the Court of St. James and Whitelaw Held to Go to Paris Illinois in the Same Box as Ohio A Man With Too Many Legs for Office An Old Consul Who May Be Retained Wanamakcr's Scheme to Avoid Office Seekers Discommodes Some of Ills Clerks. Co...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 18 March 1889

t? Wr ' - v Ifer- &?'?' ' ' ijar ' ' - y E 3 THE PITTSBUB& DISPATCH MONDAY, MARCH 18, 1889. .v-- . " -r t " I KLEIN O.K. AT SAMOA.. i THE .S10GAFS0UNDS, mmamuiu. EQUINE TOOTHACHE ' ' JL - ....'. .- m E Many Matters of Much and Little Moment ; ' The Ex-Execntlve ofGeorgla Pack Eraary . , ywSSSk. flk ' ' K Tersely -J.Tcni.ea. Church for Prohibition Ills est4iow K ilie tmnner S Jiaie OI mo Aaams Ue- Soub sanctimony. auu xtuuci uueeuy nums mu jjj fnnlo tho Amoriran Nonnrtor. The green above the red. Cense COUrt to Assist Him. m iiuuhi tuu iuvvwj. uvi'vttwii I GERM AN JEALOUSY OP AMERICANS Is Responsible for the Late Trouble in the Samoan Islands. IHE PLANTATIONS FORKED BY SLATES Philip Clark, the chief gunner's mate of the United States war ship Adams, recently returned from Samoa, passed through the city last night bound for "Washington. The Adams was relieved at Samoa by the Kipsie, which it was rumored the Germans had blown up. Mr. Clark's account of the late trouble in Samoa...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 18 March 1889

ir t . j -oat HVZ i. -. ' - j? jc r f?S THE PITTSBUKG' DISPATCH? MONDAY,'' MARGH-V18; 1889?- 1?1( I ft -I T - THE" :SPRIfG PAKADE - In Memory of St. Patrick is Favored With the Brightest Day. AN EXCEPTIONALLY NICE TDBKOUT Though Its Kumbers Are Depleted by Sea son of a Large Funeral. WHO WERE IN THE LIKE OF MARCHERS The green badges, sashes, .ribbons, flags and tassels incidental to the customary par ade on St Patrick's Day, never looked brighter orpleasanter than they did yester day in the reflections from a clear, blue sky and the glare of the warm sun. The traditional rain of the day was con spicuous only by its absence, and if the par ade on that account was of more than an or dinarily fine success, it is not to be won dered at. In spite of the beautiful weather, how ever, the number of people in the procession was not so large as it was in former years. One of the reasons was the fact that the an niversary fell on Sunday, and another that a large division from the Amalgamated A...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 18 March 1889

-75 mfxw. ,"fT! - v t.a. I ESTABLISHED FEBRUARY ISIS. Vol.44, 2o 3D. Entered at Pittsburg Postofilce, November 14, 1SS7, as second-class matter. Business Oface 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 Issue. Average circulation of the Sunday edition of The Dispatch for February, 1SS9, 45,144. Copies per issue. TEIU1S OF THE DISPATCH. rOSTAGE FREE IX THE EXITED STATES. DAILT DisrATClL. One Year , f 8 00 UAILT DisrATcn, Per Quarter 2 00 Daily Dispatch, One Month 70 Daily Dispatch, Including bnnday, one year WOO Daily Dispatch, Including Sunday, per quarter 150 Daily- Dispatch, Including Sunday, one month 00 BfXDAY Dispatch, oneycar 150 Weekly Dispatch, one year. 1 25 The Daily Dispatch la delivered by carriers at 15 cents per week, or including the Sunday edition, at 20 cents per w eet. PITTSBURG, MONDAY, MAR. 18, 1K& STATESM...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 18 March 1889

THE PITTSBUJRQ DISPATCH,1 JHE MOONLIGHT RIDE "Of Nehemiah Chosen as the Topic of Talmage's Sunday Sermon. THE REBUILDING OP JERUSALEM la Considered as Typical of the Transform ation of the Heart. GREED IS CUEED BI CHRISTIAN "WORK rsrxcux. teligbajc to the disfatch.i Bbooeltm-, March 17. At the Taber .nacle this morning the Bev. T. DeWitt lalmage, D. D., expounded the seventh chapter of Ecclesiastes. He afterward gave ant the hymn beginning: Grace! 'tis a charming sound, Harmonious to the ear, rhich -was sung by the vast congregation with magnificent effect The subject of Dr. Talmage's sermon was "The Moonlight Bide," and the text, Nehemiah ii, 15: "Then I went np in the night by the brook, and viewed the wall, and turned back, and entered by the gate of the valley, and so. returned. He said: A dead city is more suggestive than a living city past Rome than present Rome ruins rather than newly frescoed cathedral. But the time to visit a ruin is by moonlight. The Coliseum is far more f...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 18 March 1889

SJUHaial s?r Ww wFr; V THE "PITTSBTJEG- DISPATCH .MONDAY, -3IAEOH; 18, 1889. -: - - t"j fr -r OLDTIMEBASEBALL, Charles S. Clampitt Gives , Some History Afiout THE GAME 60 YEARS AGO. Efforts to Organize a Beal Amateur Boat Club. PITTSBDEG SPOBTS DISAPPOINTED. The Dojj Fight at Wheeling Does Not Take Place. i GENERAL SPOETIKG SEWS OF THE DAT To those people interested in the national game there is always something exceeding ly interesting in a conversation with one of the baseball pioneers. "Old timers" inva riably have lots of entertaining recollec tionsHo talk about, and they usually take great delight in telling of the "good old times." This certainly is the case with Mr. Charles S. Clampitt of this city. He is now 61 years old, and was playing baseball nearly 40 years ago. He was a member of the historic Olympic Ball Clnb of Philadel phia, and has in his possession a little book containing a list of members of that club and a brief sketch of Its early history. It was organized in ...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 18 March 1889

msss sw The PennycomeoDicks Written for THE DISPATCH Dy-- - S. BARING GOULD, - Author of 'Mr.TTAi.AH,""CouBTRoYAi.,""JoHS Heeeikg," "TheGavebocks,"Eto CHAPTER XIIL-What Next: What was to be done? Mrs. Bidebottom was the first to see what was to be done, "I shall take oat an administration at once," she said. Philip said nothing. Of course she must do what she said. She was the proper person to take out an administration as nearest of kin. Bat he was not thinking of her and what she proposed to do. He was standing still with the will in his hand. Salome had not reclaimed it, as it was worthless. He proceeded to fold it and replace it in the cover. Philip was not easy in his mind. He had spoken in a rode manner to the girl, throwing a gross charge against her, and had grievously hart her. Was the charge just? Was it possible to ex plain the peculiar circumstances in any other way than that which had occurred to him? Suddenly looking up at Mrs. Sidebottom and then at the Captain, he lo...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 18 March 1889

i,:-v s g . .THE PITTSBTJItG DISPATGH? MONDAY, MARCH 18, 1889. . - n r,a n-- .." i ?' IT COSTS TOO MUCH. A United States Senator Forced to design and Go Home Because HE COULDFT LIVE ON HIS SALAET. Congressmen Begin to Think the Laborer is Worthy of His Hire. THEISI1T SIBIKE FOE HIGHER WAGES. tiwg la Washington Considerably More Eipensire Tnin it Ought to Be, Congress is thinking seriously of increas ing the salaries of the members of both its branches. The cost ot living in "Washing ton: is said to be too great for the salaries now paid, and each member has so much clerical work to do. Senator Chace, of Enode Island, was forced to resign because be couldn't lire on his income. Washington, March 17. The resigna tion of Senator Chace upon the threshhold of his second term of six years in the high est legislative body in the world has aroused renewed interest in a subject that is bound to receive early and earnest consideration in Congress. Senator Chace, in private, gives as the reaso...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 19 March 1889

lanff "n - & s.'-i r - rs.iFV? QW?2 WT ' .k - v -e - ?&z - ANY ONE CAN MAKE MONEY Who has a good article to seu. and who adver. , tises vigorously and liberally. Advertising is truly tho life ot trade. All enterprising xnd -"-' judicious advertisers succeed. ,s ,JTORTY-rOUIlTH TEAE. LY I President Harrison Continues to Worry the Anxious . Officeseeker. HE TAKES HIS OWN TIME, And in Four Days Fills Only a Few Kot Very Big Vacancies. AlONG list op minor APPOINTMENTS. Secretary Blatoe Shows That lie Hasn't Forgiven Michigan Senator Edmonds IiCnvei for llie feonthat no Inopporinno Time A Case of Offensive Partisanship to bo Considered by the Cabinet Post master General Wanainaker Appoints a Practical Railroad Sinn Superintendent of the Kallu-ar Mail Service A cw Minister to the Netherlands Selected br Mr. Blaine. A large number of appointments were expected to be sent by the President yester day to the Senate. Tour dars had elapsed since the last batch, but President Harrison is...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 19 March 1889

?"-&:: '' ;,' 2 Third avenue; S. F. Hatch, 16 Grant street; Frank Lutz, .52 Diamond street; John Litschge, 116 Smithfield street; Andrew K. Martell, 105 Smithfield street; M. F. Maloney, 119 Diamond street; Gustav Mark. 109 Smithfield street: Amand Mihm, 101 Smith field street; William Miller. 212 Second avenue; Wolfgang Miller, SO Diamond street; F. C. Miller, corner Water and Smithfield streets; Harry B. Mohler, 110 Smithfield street; James A-Jdorrow, 16 Smlthfieldstreet:Martin Pflster, corner Grant and Water streets; Samuel Pais ley, 201 Fourth avenue; Charles Preston, corner Water and Ross streets; liouis Ruppel, 212 Smithfield street; Frederick Stolte, 210 Grant street. Frederick Schmidt, S2 Diamond street; If. S. Snyder, corner Grant street and Fourth avenue; John Weiss. 411 Smithfield street Third ward William Ashworth, 602 Liberty avenue; JUchard R. Bennett. 504 Smithfield street; A. B. Bihlman, 49 and 51 Diamond street: George J. B'erberich, 605 Grant street. EOCKY EOAD...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 19 March 1889

."ft1 V t THE PITTSBURG TjISPATCH, TUESDAY, -MARCH 19, 1889., TO .ENFORCE THE POLICY. An Action to Slake nn Accident Ass oclatlon Fay Up m Per Alleged Agreement Novel Paints Involved In It. J. D. 'Watson, Esq., yesterday filed a precipe in behalf of Kobert Graeey in a suit against the People's Mutual Accident Association. The suit is for 525 per 'week, accident benefits, for a number of weeks, and, involves a queer point. Mr. Graeey, who is a foundryman on Water street, had an 'accident policy from the company, on which he paid the assessment every CO days, the com pany collecting the money, which was payable in advance. The money was not called for on one occasion, and two days later Mr. Graeey fell and dislocated his shonlder. Three days after that the scent came around and collected the money. The company, how ever, refnsed to pay the weekly benefits for .Mr. Graeey s Illness, claiming that tho Insur ance only dated from the time the money was paid, and that the policy was void f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 19 March 1889

i - e 3BtppIf:lj. 1SSTABLI3HED FEBRUARY 8. 1848. Vol. , No . Entered at l'ittsburg Fostoffice, November 11, 1867, as second-class matter. Business Office 97 and 99 Fifth Avenue. News EoomB and Publishing House 75, 77 and 79 Diamond Street Average circulation or the dally edition of The Dispatch for six months ending March 1.1S59. 27,988 Copies per issue. Average clrcnlRtlon of the Sunday edition of The Djspatch for February, 1SS9, 45,144 Copies per issne. TERMS OF THE DISPATCH. rOSTAGE THEE I TnX UNITED STATES. DAtLT Disr-ATCH. One Year f 8 00 Daily DisrATCU, Per Quarter 2 00 Dailt Dispatch, Ono ilontli..... 50 Datlt DisrATcn, Including bunday, one rear 00 DAO.T DisrATCH, including Sunday, per quarter. sso Daily Dispatch, Including feunday, one month. W BlTJDAY Dispatch, oneycar 2 SO Weekly Dispatch, one year IS The Daily Dispatch Is delivered by carriers at 13 cents per week, or lncludlnK the Sunday edition, at 20 cents per week. PITTSBURG, TUESDAY, MAR. 19, 1SS9. THE C0PPEE TSUSrS...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 19 March 1889

c jgm rv' 4lW .-vi r j?s&g-&i vr- t? r - ,-v ;?'.& THE PITTSBtlRG DISBA.TOH, TUESDAY, MAEOH- 19,' -1889 .'& FEARS OF FOUL PLAY. The Mysterious Man Found Hanging to a Greene County Tree. SOLDIEB SEXSATION AT TIFFIN. W A Suit Bronglit Against Senator Sherman for Unpaid Taxes. ALL THE KEWS TEOSI XEAB-BI TOWA'B Waynesbueo, March 18. The body of the man found hanging to a tree on the farm of Samuel Hewitt, this connty, is sup posed to be a young man named Garrison, of Elm Grove, W. Va., who disappeared from home about six weeks ago. When the re mains were taken down they were found to be In an advanced state of decomposition. A bullet wound was found in the back of the head, and the entire upper part of the face and top oftheskull had been blown off. His death is supposed to hare been the result of suicide, yet some circumstances in dicate that he may have been foully dealt with. Pursuing the former theory it is sop posed that he climed up a large tree, placed the rope ar...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 19 March 1889

THE PITTSBURG -DISPATCH, TUESDAY, MARCH 19, 1889. u- fcs. if-- " - If" DECKER MS WAR The Ex-Umpire Says He Will Figlit the league. PEEPAEING ANOTHER WEIT An Interesting Letter From Fred Carroll About Paris. The Connty League Sdiedule-Spalding's Teams Play a Tie in England. GENERAL SPORTING KEWS OF THE DAT S. M. Decker, the ex-umpire of the Na tional League, though knocked down in tho first round in his'battle with that gigantic what is it, comes up smiling for another bout. He talked yesterday like a man who means to stay in the arena, no matter how great the odds against him. Eegarding the decision of the court on Saturday he made the followingpointed statement to aDiSFATCU representative yesterday: "I am not downed," he said. "I have simply got a set back, but it is about -what I expected. We can now proceed to make out our papers right. Tho court de cided thtt my writ was defective.but sustained my demurrer. My attorney, Mr. Watson, is preparing an answer which will cover the cas...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 19 March 1889

,IMM TOTIT-rrrmll TT-gJ-TrrrTlrcTrrmrTn HIIIIHIBBHRPBPiWiSHB THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, TUESDAY, MAHOH 19, l)B89. . ; ' T t i SUfiYEY OF TRADE. Active Movement of Butter and Eass-Cheese Goes Slow. LARGE SUrPLY OP MAPLE SYRUP. Tussle of Balls and Bears at Last Sends Hour Downward. HESS POEK LOWERLAM) STEADY. Office of Pittsburg Dispatch,! Monday. ilrch 18, 1SS9. J Everything that propitious weather could do for trade has been done the past week. It is a rare thing that a March week fur nishes at much balmy weather as the week just closed has done. There has been an active moTement In butter, cges and cheese. The greatest activity has been in butter, a fact which is easily accounted for, as the oleomar garine trade has practically ceased in the past week or two in this city. Butter shippers have found a large outlet for trad here, which was closed against them until recently. Pittsburg has been ono of the poorest butter markets in the land for a year past, owing to the failure to enforce...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 19 March 1889

SBSssssssMWlBLffsssPlsBWesslBsBsW m 8 . THE PJTTSBTJBG DISPATCH, TUESDAY, MARCH' 19, 1839. ' Nj . ' r Aim "rimPri OTTTTiTi'PTJO t . m atptc iw ddidD NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. I " OFFICIAL-MTTSBUKG. I OFFICIAL-PrTTSBURG. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. , VU-Ll D.LXJXJ UAVJ.J. 1 lxLlU No. 2U5.1 V c... .... .. ,.-. ......... A N ORDINANCE-LOCATING BRISTOL V (MU !UiUlU.i.U.UtCia UAIOAVWU. .WW .. 1 bbki ni.i win. t..i -c-t-i- 11. is. ... . .. - pnwir in awn etc tuc wf- vjuaib uitu neui lisuuu aieu im urn B Frauds of Moving Time. v unnoco. irom uermuaa. I yr T T T w r r - --v i m W. E. Simmons' three-story brick block at ft I. l ft I "I If 1 I 1 V M ttteet, be a nd MUie same shall be located as f ol- nance. . . . ... ... . fln-thin 1 VERY FW WHO LOSE THE EENTS, ?0-r , Mil MM Though One Organization Has to Calculate on Over 5 Fer Cent Loss. DELIHQBENTS LEABNIKG TO MOTE OS In view of the trouble complex com mercial relations cause nowadays one is tempted to ask if civilization be a failure. It is said that o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 20 March 1889

flj PPtfcttt ANY ONE CAN HAKE HONEY -- Who has a good article to sell, and who adver tises vigorously and liberally. Advertising is truly the life of trade. All enterprising and judicious advertisers succeed. rrs a. SPLENDID MEDIUM, "WANTS Of any kind can best be satisfied by advertising is tha coltrauft of The Dis PATCH. FORTY-FOURTH TEAR. CHGESJO MEET, An Explosion in the Legislature Caused by Most Serious -1 Accusations BY AN UNNAMED LAWYER. Embezzlement and Misappropriation of Funds Alleged AGAINST THE PENITENTIARI OFFICIALS Chairman Dearden, or the Appropriations Committee. Says They Are Specific nnd lhi be Denied He Declines to Give the Accuser's Nome-The Senate Ready to Act if the House Delays Too Long Mr. Denrden on Admirer of the Warden nnd Take no Stock In the Charges Ho Hopes the Whole Matter WillheClenred Up Satisfactorily The Entire Affair a Surprise to Those Most Directly Inter ested. Serious charges have been made against the management of the 'Western Peniten tiary. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 20 March 1889

K2ra " him liquor. Mr. Snyder hero said the boy had told him he was over 23 years old. VISITED THE JTJflGE. Mr. W. J. Wright, Nos. 2 and 4 Market alley, said be was formerly known as W. J. Moran, and bad changed his name because he bad been In tbe show business. Be said be had served 12 years in prison for shooting a man. Attorneys Brennan and Christy bad a little tilt in which the lormer remarked that Mr. Christy's question wonld maVezcellent scandal monglng. Charles Brosty. or No. K Sixth street, was the first Fourth ward applicant. "Brosty," said the Court, "oh, I know this man. He came down durlngtbe court of last year to see me at my home ln'Sewlckley. If any boly wants to make It absolutely certain that he will not zet his license, he only needs to come down to see me at Sewlckley." Thomas Brown and Frank Taylor, of the Ham ilton Hotel, were taken under the protecting wing of Attorney McKenna. Mr. Brown affirmed instead ol swearlnc. When asked why be did so. he answered. "I co...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 20 March 1889

wrzstim dliMmBffl iamr twPt ?r it n - BOILERS MADE SAFE By Using Wlckerabam'a Electric Water , Level Indicator. ' The explosion of a steam boiler last week at R. Monroe & Son's buildings, on Twenty fifth street, with its terrible loss of lile, has aroused factory and mill owners to s sense of duty. Such explosions are so frequent in Pittsburg, that every man who fails to sur round his battery of boilers with the pre cautions that science has furnished is put down by mankind as guilty of criminal neglect. "Low water" is the most popular theory of the cause of these explosions. Therefore, it is most reasonable to do something to pre rent the water in a belter from becoming low. How can this be done? The safest and most simple device yet patented for that purpose was shown to a Dispatch reporter yesterday. It is absolutely the only sure protection against explosions. Here is a picture of it: By means of a float an electric circuit is closed when the index needle on the slate indica...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 20 March 1889

9 f THE- PITTSBTJEG- DISPATCH, WEDNESDAY,- MAKCH 20, 1889. ?w Hje Bipplclj. ESTABLISHED FEBRUARY 8, 1818. VoL, No . Entered at Pittsburg rostoffice, November 14, 18S7, as second-class matter. Business OfBce 97 and 99 Fifth Avenue. News Booms and Publishing House 75, 77 and 79 Diamond Street. Average circulation of tbe dally edition of Tbe Dispatch for six months ending March 1, 1SS9, 27,988 Copies per Issue. Average rlrcnlatlon of tho Sunday edition of The Dispatch for February, 1SS9, 45,144 Copies per Issue. TERMS OF THE DISPATCH. POSTAGE FEEE IN THE UMTED STATES. Datlt DlsrATcn. One Year. t 8 00 DA1LT DlsrATcn, Per Quarter 100 Datlt DisPATcn, One ilontu TO Daily Disfatcix, Including Sunday, one 3-ear WOO Dailt DisrATCH, Including Sunday, per quarter. 2 80 Daily Dispatcil Including Sunday, one month 00 BCXTjat DlsrATcn, oneycar ISO Weekly Dispatch, one year 115 TnE Daily Dispatch Is delivered by carriers at IS cents per week, or Including the Sunday edition, at SO cents per ecL. PI...

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