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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 26 March 1889

191 'j&mQ j w - y as ? '- ' e75 -,t THE PITTSBUKQ DISPATCH,:" TUESDAY, MAEOH 26; 1889. IB A STRONG DEFENSE Of the Acts of the State Sinking Fund Commissioners is Made BI HON. HENRY HALL OP MERCER. Mr. Wherry Asks Some Perplexing Ques tions, and Insists That BUSINESS TfilKCIPLES SHOULD EULE In the Administration of the Fiscal Affairs of the Commonwealth. Mr. "Wherry's resolution on the sinking fund question again came up for discussion in the Legislature. After an elaborate de fense of the Commission by Hon. Henrj Hall, the measure was again referred to the Ways aud Means Committee by almost a strict party vote. The soldiers orphans' bill waf amended in the House, giving the State control ot the Commission. TFBOX A STAFF COKBESPOXDEST.J Habbisbubg, March 25. "When Hon. Henry Hall sat down to-night he was ap plauded so vigorously that the Speaker rapped for order. The applause all came from the Republicans. Mr. Hall had just nuished defending the Sinking fund Com missioners from M...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 26 March 1889

i i : : : : ; i i . . i ' . . . , K THE GREEN ISLE Spalding's Teams Excite the Belfast Citizens. ALL AMERICAS WIN AGAIN Some Interesting Facts About Ward and Washington. LOCAL PLAYERS GET INTO LINE. Gaudanr Accepts Teemer's Challenge in a Conditional Way. GENERAL SPOETING KEWS OP THE DAT TBY CABLE TO THE DISPATCH. 3 Belfast, March 25. (Copyright) The day opened cold and raining. In the forenoon a number of invitations were ex tended to the American baseball players to visit the large shipyards and linen manu factories, bnt the inclement weather kept them in doors. Shortly after noon the weather cleared and the sun shone more brightly than at any time since leaving Paris, when they left for the grounds of the 2f orth of Ireland Cricket Club. The ground was in good condition. The American nag floated abore the. clubhouse, and some of the more patriotic members of the party doffed their hats. Between 3,000 and 4,000 people wit nessed the game. IMPORTANT PEOPLE PRESENT. Among those pres...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 26 March 1889

ffjrT yw- TP" m. ws t . r- .:- t -,,; IV V'V A' ' "ST""- " THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH,, TUESDAY,- MAJIOH 26, 1889. , MARKET- FEATnEES. Cattle Receipts Lislit at Herr's Island, but of Good Grade. LIVE HOGS TENDING DOWNWARD. Extra Eun of SUeep and Lambs, bat the Demand Equal to Supply. THE WHEAT SITUATION TCZZLES ALL Office of Pittsburg Dispatch, u" Monday. March 25, 1&9.J The run of cattle was lighter than usual, the total being 23 loads, against 30 loads for a few months past. "While the volume was below the average, quality was above aver age. Zcigler ft Gerson had U loads, among which were a few bunches which were as near prime as anything received for a number of weeks. There were a few prime steers in the lot, weighing about 1,6C0 pounds, which were gobbled up like hot cakes at 414c. Nothing on hand last week brought much oer 4c All bands agree that the quality of supplies was much above the average for a number of weeks back. Shortness of supply and Improve ment in quality bad ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 26 March 1889

SP3- 3 "-4 F" X DAM WON'T SUBMIT. The Hutchinson Woman Appeals From Insanity Proceedings, ALLEGING ATTEMPTS TO ROB HER, She Talks of Official Extortion and Other Thincs Glibly. A GEEAT SUIT DDE TO AH EXPLOSION Messrs. Breil & Fitzpatnck yesterday i got a writ of habeas corpus frcm Judge Ewingat the instance of Eov. P. Gregory, coznmandinc the management of the St. Franciscus Hospital to produce in court the body of Margaret Eesendorf, who Js also known as Daisy Hutchinson, in order to test the question of her sanity. It is alleged that Daisy was put into the insane ward of the hospital by people who want to control her property. It is also al leged that Mrs. William Blum and Mrs. Pnrdin, of Buffalo, and others unknown to the petitioner, had her committed. She was committed by Alderman McMasters on the certificate of Dr. Mercur and some other physician, and C. I". McKenna asked Com mon Fleas Court 2fo. 2 to appoint a commis sioner to' inquire into her mental condition. Mr. Fitrpa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 27 March 1889

t5"n ANY ONE CAN MAKE MONEY "Wfcoliasa good article to sell, aud-nlio adver tises vigorously and liberally. Advertising is truly the life of trade. All enterprising and judicious advertisers succeed. FORTY-FOURTH TEAJEL TOO MUCH ON HMD, Mr. Christy's Time is So Much Occupied That He Says He Can't Formulate CHARGES VERBALLY IVIADE Against the Management of the Penitentiary at Biverside. NO INVESTIGATION KOW PBOBABLE. The Pittsburg Lawyer Write Chairman Deardea a Letter Which Be Doesn't Want Published He Thinks the Officers of the Institution Have Been Taught a Lesson The Bill Making nn Appropria tion for the Prison JCot Likely to Meet With Opposition Statements Blade by the Legal Gentleman In Ills Own Behalf. Apparently no charges will be preferred against the management of the "Western Penitentiary, and consequently there will be no investigation of its affairs by the Legislature. Mr. Dearden has received a letter from B. C. Christy, Esq., of Pitts burg, who states that he is too bu...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 27 March 1889

mm Habits and intentions could be learned from his postures when seated. He devoted many pages of his books to the citing of instances. Were lie in tbe License Court now, what a blessing he would be to His Honor and the attorneys, lin etructing them in the art of studying man kind. -" A few of the roost striking positions may be delineated: There is always a little old man with gray chin whiskers, evidently a favorite with em brvonic "Mine Hosts." He has legs crossed, allowing his acquaintances to obtain a f nil view of the broad soles of a pair of heavy boots; he holds a broad-brim felt hat in his hands, and the expression of pain that rests on his face calls to mind the photographer's gal lery, with tbe pair of cold iron stands for tbe back of the head. It never chanjres. except when the applicant's name ts called, and thenheKlvcj a nervqns start as lr he had Just been awakened from sleep. He favors the old style or black clothes, brushed until they shine, and a collar, but no nec...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 27 March 1889

BgaMi"w -'y?1 7i 5?: 7$r$-wr E3m THE NEW MINISTERS. U. P. Theological Seminary Com mencement Exercises Begun. INTERESTING PAPERS ARE READ To the Attentive Audience Which Crowds the Third D. P. Church. THE DIRECTORS' ANNUAL MEETING The annual directors' meetinc of the Al legheny Theological Seminary was held yesterday afternoon, Vice President Kalph presiding. The reports of the various offi cers were read, showing that OTer 53,000 was in the treasury and at the disposal of the Board. The young men's fund amounts to 56,400, and the financial agent reported that $30,000 had been added to the endowment fund during; the last few months, swelling it to 5140,000. The current expense fund amounts to 514, 07G 92, and the fund of public scholarship to 5650. The ceneral condition of the semi nary was found to be flourishing, there be ing 52 students in attendance this year. After the election of Dr. Thos. Balph as President, Dr. VT. E. McKce as Vice Presi dent, and Dr. "W. J. Robinson as Secr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 27 March 1889

. Mi 1STABLISHED FEBRUARY"" 8, 1S48. Vol.H 2o . Entered at Pittsburg Postofflce, November 14, 1SS7, as second-class matter. Business Office 97 and 99 Fifth Avenue. News Rooms and Publishing House 75, 77 and 79 Diamond Street. Average circulation of the dally edition of The Dispatch far six montha ending March 1.ISS9, 27,988 Caplea per Issue. 'Average circulation of the Sunday edition f The Dispatch for February. 1SS9, 45,144 Copies per issue. TERMS OF THE DISPATCH. POSTAGE FKEE IX THE CXIBB STATES. JM11T JMsrATCH. One Year f 8 00 Daily Dispatch, Per Quarter 2 CO Dailt Dispatch, One Month TO Daily Dispatch, including Snnday, one year 10 00 Daily Dispatch, including Sunday, per quarter 250 Daily Dispatch, including bunday, one month 90 Scxday Dispatch, one year. 2 50 WrEKLYTJiETATCH. one year 1 25 The Daily Dispatch is delivered by carriers at 35 cents per week, or including the Sunday edition. atJOcents per week PITTSBURG, WEDNESDAY, MAR. 27, 18S& THAT PEHITENTIARY MATTER. Mr. De...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 27 March 1889

Hi "S!vhS r ? LIYELY TIMES AHEAD. The Rival Factions of Masee and Quay to Test Their Strength IN A CONTEST OYER A BILL. THa Pitlslmrg Politician Already on the Ground, Looking After A STREET EAILWAT MEASURE'S FATE. Senator Entan Charges the Administration With Gross Kitmaganee. C. L. Magee arrived in Harrisburg yes terday. Some, of the legislators -were re galed with champagne. A cerCain street railway measure, in which it is alleged that the gentleman is interested, is supposed to hare attracted Mr. Magee to the capital. It is rumored that Quay is to be there to-day, and if he comes there will be fan. Senator Butan charges the administration with ex travagance. rrnoM x stait coeeespoxdixt.i Hakrisbubq. March 26. Mr. C. L. Magee created a flurry in political circles by arriving here to-day on business. There is also a rumor afloat that Mr. Quay will be here to-morrow. As a consequence, a large amount of champagne was uncorked in Harrisburg this afternoon, and a number t members beca...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 27 March 1889

"7 :w THE PITTSTJKG- , DISPATCH, WEDNESDAY, MARCH ' 27; 1889. L f I K. I . WHITE M GOME, Manager Pliillips' Statement Eegai;ding the Deacon, BAiiLPLAYEBS IN IRELAND Ed. Williamson's Injured Knee Causes Him to be Left. BIG MATCH AT CRIBBAGE LIKELY. Pitcher Clarkson Appointed Captain of the Boston Team. GENEEAL SPOKTIXG KEWS OP THE DAT JIanager Phillips made an important statement yesterday regarding "White's coming to this city. During a conversation, the manager said: "We have made up our minds to deal with the men we have, and the club has now no pros pects orgetting White." The statement ought to go a long way toward settling this very much hackneyed question. The local officials have finally comedo the con clusion that the "Deacon" has all along been meaning what he has said on the matter. On every occasion he has distinctly stated that he meant to play in Buffalo, or nowhere, this season, and evidently he means to keep his word. GOOD INDUCEMENTS OFFERED. It is understood that th...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 27 March 1889

fFf Pfj m '- j. :-r THE PITTSBURG- DISPATCH, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 27," 1 BRIGHT PROSPECT. Twine Trust in the Kortliwest Boy- cotted by Farmers. HESIP UKPRECEDENTEDLY HIGH. Ohio Farmers Are in Tribulation Over Too Much Prodnce. A GOOD OUTLOOK FOR TEE KEW CROP Office of Pittsburg Dispatch, J Tuesday, March 28, 1SS9. J The current number of the Minneapolis Miller contains some disquisitions on the hemp trade, from which the following items are in substance culled: "All are in accord as to the hydra-headed Hemp Trust which proposes to eat up the gen tle farmer, and finish off by crunching his bones. The price of binder's twine has risen largely In the year past, a fact which is some thing perplexing to the unsophisticated, as the ! supply and demand have been uniform from year to year. In the year 1SSS the National . Cordage Company beared markets either I through error or ulterior designs by holding off frTm its usual purchases penning the result of national tariff legislation calculated t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 27 March 1889

t 8 SHIPPING HARDSHIPS. Pertinent Complaints as to Railway Freight Classification. OLIVER BEOS'. WHIFFLETREES PUT Airay Above Ordinary Grades ot Iron and ' Almost Knocked Out. SCALPES COUNTING ON COMMISSIONS The freight shippers thronghont the city are growing more indignant every day at the stringent rules placed upon them, as embodied in the inter-State commerce amendment. They are not only complain ing 'about the penalty attached for violat ing the law; but say the burden is made greater by the recent revision of the classi fication. Everything that is shipped now must be plainly marked, and noted on the bill pf lading accordingly. The description of the various articles must be specific, and anything tending toward a violation of the law will subject the shippers to arrest. A meeting of the PittsDurg committee of freicht agents was lfeld yesterday in the ofiice of Division Freight Agent Means, of the Pennsylvania lines. The object was to discuss the revised classification and he...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 28 March 1889

IP- ANYONE CAN MAKE HONEY U -dflL. ThP feLA; - .-TPI-iSUAeA'IFl- cm fifnin otrd - -& Who ha a good article to sell, and who adver. tlses vigorously and liberally. Advertising Is truly- the lite of trade. All enterprfeicgrand judicious advertisers succeed. FORTY-FOTJBTH TEAS. I.I I U KHIIUHK H 1 1 W to-morrow morning. -- A Ti.hsv.11o M.n rfHt in the Cotd-A Trio a-. -.. D .. t...,,..... . I II I VLmSJU I IIIIUtIUk a Just Escapes a Twitching at the Hands of a Retired , Army Officer. ASSAULTED BY A CRANK, The One-Legged Yeleran Defends Himself With His Crutch. LINCOLN GETS THE ENGLISH MISSION' A Number or Prominent Offices Filled Hal stead Succeed Pendleton and Rice and Fat Egan are Rewarded John C. New to Be Confirmed Fight Against the Cin cinnati Editor The Senate Expects to Adjourn rn About n Week Governor BeaTer Making n Fight for a Fennsyl vnnla Candidate for Pnblic Frintcr. Nearly eTeryone in "Washington thinks Governor Beaver's nose was pulled yester day. The Governor denies ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 28 March 1889

K '2 '' THE PITTSBTJRGr DISPATCH, THURSDAY, MARCH ''28, 1889. ' ' yiL ? W W i.-..vaii. n..'iat.t.niaBii.nl n.m . wn vn-rmve I AH HTITl T O f U IT3TlTn J THAT STRANGE CASE. I TTn ITUTT A TVTF. A Tr,f.Tr TROUBLE 0VEE AN ORGANS ' SAHDBAGGED AND K0BBEIL ate. r,tnThtnraomonfkhL.: jjuiho aui, auiwuo, ii i , ii n ii ,1 n yv a p n 1 1 , u i h TA n AlfA nUUlA. b r- - r. j r ... .. . .. I I wj. .- . -m a. aa. ... v . 1 jvawi-m . -., a . - EVa, . JUUge Dl&ie cmukcu uuu mo irausier. & "Yes, and it Judge Slagle and the other A- Jadges would come to those who have held m license court before granting transfers, they B would learn something that would help them." H fjndxe Slacrle heard this case patiently, and re- E-, fused to grant the transfer until he heard from E you. Me sent Mr. Harunan down to Sewlcxley to If see jcro. and you refused to Interfere in the mat- "Itwoald be better If Jndre Slaclehsdcometo lie himself.'" 'Well, lam not hero to defend Jndpe Slagle; I merely want considera...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 28 March 1889

'fW-WSri1- Vt" 'fV' "ff-rrv; " ,sfrac'w re k -Wt b - 't ur- ItlLIO, CENTRAL! ' The Business of Wires, Pretty Girls and -Vexations to be Moved .TO A HAKDSOME KEW BUILDING. si- ftJ75,000 Set ot Offices Will be Occupied on SeTenth Avenue. fTHE FIEST STEP TO 1HPB0YE A STKEET ' In the not-very-far-distantfuture the hello 'business Trill be transacted at the corner of Seventh avenue and Cherry alley, or Mon tour way, in modern parlance. The Central .District and Telephone Company has pur chased the Lutheran Church building on that corner, and purposes to erect its offices, etc, there, on the site now occupied by the church building, and will also cover the ground now occupied by a dwelling house in the rear of the church. The latter is, as antiquity goes west of the Alleghenies, quite an old building, having been built in 1640. It seems to be well preserved, but is nqt considered just the correct thing for the telephone business. The lot is 66x100 feet, and the price paid was JoS.OOO. The...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 28 March 1889

Ml '& V - " ' J i i r k 'A jt Bigpftfj. -ESTABLISHED FEBRUARY 8, 1S4S. Vol.44, Ho 49. Entered at PltttbnrgPostoface, November 11, 1SST, at second-class matter. Business Office 07 and 09 Fifth Avenue. News Booms and Publishing' House75, "77 and TO Diamond Street. Average circulation of the dally edition of The Dispatch for six month ending; March X.1SS9, 27,988 Copies per Issue. Average elrcnlntlon of the Sunday edition of The Diipatch for February, 1SS9, 45,144 Copies per Issue. TERMS OF THE DISPATCH. POSTAGE FREE IN THE UNITED STATES. Daily Dispatch. One Year 8 00 Dailt UibPATcn. Per Quarter 2 00 Baity Dispatch, One Month 0 Daily Dispatch, Including; bunday, one " year. WOO Daily DisrATCH, Including Sunday, per quarter SO 'Daily DisrATCH. including Sunday, on --month 9 Buxday Dispatch, oneyear 2 SO Weekly DisrATCH, oneyear , 1 3 The Daily DisrATCH Is delivered by carrier at Mcents per week, orincludlngtheSundayeditlon, atSO cents per week.. 1 PITTSBURG, THURSDAY, MAR. 28. 1889....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 28 March 1889

J--1 THE PITTSBTTKG DISPATCH, "THUBSDAY, MAEOH 28, 1889. jgf&fr- 'JOHN BEIGHT,DEAD. v The Famous Commoner of England Passes Peacefully Away. -J)EEP AKD UNIVERSAL SOEROW. QueenTictoria iffectionatelj greets a Sis ter Sovereign. LIBERTY OF THE PBESS IN GEEMAKI Loxdcmt, March 27. Mr. John Bright diedat 8:30 o'clock this morning. His end was peaceful and pain less. He had lain in a comatose condition since yesterday. All of his family were present at his death- SSbed. The death of li' the famous Common- 5?5 cr diverted attention from all other sub jects. Bulletins were posted in the House The Great Commoner, of Commons and out side the newspaper buildings on Fleet street. Accustomed as everybody has been to the idea of his death, it created a proiound shock among Gladstonians, and even the Irish members share the general sadness, for the old man, they say, was led off into Unionist folly by the mere vanity of old age. Mr. Bright represented the Central di vision of Birmingham in the...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 28 March 1889

R2 ' . 6 --lC X THE PITTSBURG-;' "? .f J iO -I j T2M S'Wf dispatch; 'Pi-fOT' cvT.i - V THURSDAY,' MARCH ''28;- ISHife. ,' 1889. W j ? HOMEWARD BOUND W The Chicagos Lose the last '. Game Played Abroad KEBDHAM TOLPS GILMOUR The Canadian Champion Beaten in a Good Fight f HE-SPIDER AND MTJEPHI EEADT. Gossip About' the Flayers of the Home Team. GENERAL SPOETLNG KEWS OP THE DAI TBT CABLE TO THE DISFATCH.T, Dublin, March 27. Coyrieht. The Jastame of the American baseball players' tonr'afonnd the world took place at the foot ball ground, on Lansdowne road, to-day, in the presence of one of the most fashionable Si gatherings that has witnessed the games anywcere. At numoerea ueiween a,vw ana 4,000 people, a very large proportion of whom were handsome, fashionably dressed la- B was tho Prince of Saxe-Weimar. The Marquis of Londonderry was expected, bnt did not show up. The grounds are broad and level, and the 'dryest that the clubs have played on since they reached Great Britain. They are, ho...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 28 March 1889

r :MEST ON THE HOOF. y i Cattle Trade Shows ImproYement at East Liberty Yards. BUTCHERS WANT LIGHTWEIGHTS, A 'Light Run of Sheep, and Prices Above lew York Figures. HEA?r AND LIGHT HOGS THE SAME. Office of Pittsburg Dispatch, 1 WEDNESDAY. March 27, 18S9. J Cattle receipts on Monday were 62 loads, an excess of two loads over the previons 'Monday. Yesterday some three or four car loads were added to supplies, making a total of local receipts of 63 cars. Quality varied little from supplies for a number of weeks past The noticeable feature of cattle mar Lets all this season has been the absence of heavy prime steers. The demand for these heavy high grades has very much fallen off, owing to depressed markets and the sharp competition with Chicago dressed beef. Batchers don't want the heavy cattle. Beeves which weigh from 1.050 to 1,150 pounds, and In good condition, are in much better demand than those weighing 1.500 to 1.C00. Light weights are active at 3jC to 3c, and heavy are flow at ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 28 March 1889

5? ft r K- ,8 - v T&B PITTSBtTBG TflSPATOH, THURSDAY, MARCH 28, 1889. L ''' T ' .' ' -l3Bf- nrr i frnrr "nnn ATiTircorn I nw thr nTHER vnnT. " I new advertisements. wew advertisements. oFFiciAt-prrTSBURO. oFPidiAt-piTTSBORcr. new advertisemevts. .frHF & WAM.n nun. An.nti.iM. v" --..j: rsfirsj 5J? - ... . sr une oi me iiost rromineni nusDun; E Shippers Suspected of UNDERBILLIKG A FIRM'S FREIGHT. The Mississippi Eiver Kates withdrawn by Nearly All Koads. WIKDBIM WHO BUILT OLD UA'ION DEPOT There is more trouble among the railroads of this city over the inter-State commerce amendment, or rather because of its en forcement. Yesterday the Pittsburg and "Western Kailroad withdrew all its Mis sissippi river through tariffs, thereby fol lowing the example of the Pennsylvania Company, which withdrew them on the 19th insi The withdrawal of the through rates makes an advance on business destined to all points on the Missouri river and beyond, which have been taking the Mississippi river...

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