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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 29 March 1889

Pr -M'JW ' vRKnBKEwffw lisrPlPMRFr ANY ONE CAN MAKE MONEY Who his a good artlcleto sell, and -who adver tises vigorously and liberally. Advertising is truly the life of trade. All enterprising and Judicious advertisers succeed. Jje Ptt$mtJ8 WAjVXS Of any kind can best b satisfied by advertising; in the columns of The Bis. patch. SPLENDID MEDIUM. FORTY-FOURTH YEAH PITTSBURG, FRIDAY, MARCH 29, 1889. THKEE CENTS "" . -Z f -J M. . fJa k - ' TfrCl A 1 ' "r J- ." " W WMMf) ' f- a. mr laM ..- y sw jset HALSTEADLAID OUT, v The Senate Refuses to Confirm ' the Appointment of the Impulsive Editor. A SURPRISE IN THE VOTE. Of 43 Senators,"0nly 13 tay With the Field Marshal. HIS CHICKENS COME HOME TO EOOST. Senator Cnllora Lend the Opposition, Alter First Telling the President He Couldn't Tote lor Mr. Halsiend Seven Senators Cannot Forgive the Appointee's Fast Languago and Some Picturesque Names Senator Sherman Talks for Bis Friend for an Hoar Pending a Tote on Recon sideration, the Senate Adjour...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 29 March 1889

3f SS - I I .1 . . 1 . I I . M II I . i I i. i M ,MM ., , .Ml i I X. I I 111 I Anna FroeUch, 31 North street; Joseph FUlln ger, SCT Lacock street. The first man to get a lecture in the morning was David W. Jones, a well known Allegheny saloon keeper. His mus tache was curled and twisted until its ends stuck out, as they were endeavoring to get as far away from 'his face as possible. His Honor first raked him regarding his domes tic relations. Mr. Christy then opened up on him and made it worse. Gibson Lightcap explained that an attor ney had absconded with 525,000. He and two others were held liable, and he had transferred his property to his wife. The Court gave him a general overhauling as to his business methods, and seemed not over favorably impressed. BATHEB HIGH TONED. P. J. Bitter has theological students board at his place. This he used as a prin cipal argument in his favor last year. They left him when the fact was publiihed. His record during the past year -was none orthe ...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 29 March 1889

IHH -tic &?pj: f? itf THE PITTSBURG' DISPATCH, FRIDAY, MARCH i889v ?3; DOCTORS' DIPLOMAS. Some New Physicians Received Their Papers Yesterday from the PENNSYLVANIA MEDICAL COLLEGE A Banquet at the Seventh Avenue Hotel Last Evening. THE TOASTS AND RESPONSES TO THEM The Opera House was as much crowded resterdar afternoon, on the occasion of the third annual commencement exercises of the "Western Pennsylvania Medical College, as if Booth and Barrett had been on the stage to give a free representation of "Othello" to the people of Pittshurj. .The programme was opened soon after 2 o'clock with a well rendered overture by the orchestra. Kev. "W. P. Shromm made the opening prayer. Prof. James IcCann, President of the faculty, was thereupon announced by Prof. J. B. Murdoch to make a few intro ductory remarks. The gentleman called the attention of the graduates to the importance of thcoccasionIn some well well chosen remarks, which were greatly appreciated by the audience. Prof. J. Q. Du...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 29 March 1889

PITTSBURG DISPATCH, PBIDAT," MARCH 2'9, 1889. - 3aiSa E e Bigpfalj. ESTABLISHED FEBRUARY 8 1848. Vol.44, lio 50. Entered at Pittsburg Fostoface, November 14, 18S7, as second-class matter Business Office 97 and 09 Fifth Avenue. News Booms and Publishing House 75, 77 and 79 Diamond Street Average circulation of the dally edition of The Dispatch for six montha ending March 27,988 Copies per Issue. Average circulation of the Sunday edition of The Dispatch for February, 1SS9, 45,144 Copies per Issnc. TERMS OF TnK DISPATCH. POSTAGE TREE IX THE UNITED STATES. DArLT DISPATCH. One Year 8 00 Daily Dispatch, Per Quarter 2 00 1aii.y Dispatch, One Month TO Daily Dispatch, Including Sunday, one year WOO Daily Dispatch, including Sunday, per quarter !W Dailt Dispatch, Including Sunday, one month. . ... .... ............ 90 Se-day Dispatch, oneyear 150 eekly Dispatch, one year 1 15 The Daili Dispatch Is delivered by carriers at 15 cents per week, orlncludlngthe Sunday edition, afJJ cents perneck PI...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 29 March 1889

THE HTTSBTOiG- DISPATCH, FETDAT, MAKCH 39, 1889. A TERY CUTE SCHEME To Have the'Street Railway -Measure Considered by a Fall House. ROAD LAWS ARE TO BE REVISED. The Teterans Employment Bill Declared Unconstitutional. SO OLIVE BRANCH TOE SAMUEL LOSCH rrr.OMJl STAFF COBSESPOXDXXT. Haerisbubg, March 28. Mr. Magee left Harrisburg to-day for Pittsburg. He wore a serene countenance and an undimmed smile. Next week he will return, and then the dogs of war will be let loose. This morning Mr. Talbot, of Chester county, offered a resolution that when the House adjourned to-morrow it be to meet on Tuesday evening. There were no objections to the offering of the resolution, and it went through as though its pathway had been greased. The Quay men esteemed it a victory. Mr. Magee's resolution to place Senate bill No. 70 on the House calendar will -be offered, if the programme is carried out, to morrow. Under the rules it will hare to go over for one legislative day. This would bring it before the...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 29 March 1889

THE PITTSBURG- DISPATCH, JFRIDAY,' MARCH 29, 1889. " 4 . if ST. JOHN OBJECTS. He Won't Match Gaudaur to Row John Teemer. SEAELE AND O'COMOR COMPARED. American Baseballists Leave Ireland and Start for Home. SEYEEAL EISS THE BLAE5BI STOME The appearance of John A. St. John caused a very large ripple in aquatic circles yester day. This very game and honorable sports man Etoppedoverhere yesterday to meet John Teemer, with the object of making a match between the latter and Jacob Gaudaur. Teemer didn't meet St John at the depot and St John stopped over a few hours at a hotel. In the meantime a representative of The Dispatch met Teemer at McKeesport and the local champion signed a copy of articles that in all respects were fair. The second article, towever, caused objections from Mr. St. John. It stated: "John Teemer shall have the authority to name the course of the first race and shall name the course four weeks before the date of the first race." The balance of the articles provided th...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 29 March 1889

. .!, WK 7r THE PITTSBUB& DISPATCH, FRIDAY, MARCH 29, 1889. LITE STOCK EETIEW. Full fieturns of Week's Transactions ' at Liberty Yards. CATTLE VALUES APPRECIATING. Buyers Kmnerons-Supply of Stockera Kot Up to Demand. LIGHT EUX OF SHEEP-MARKET FIRM Office of Pittsburg Dispatch, Thursday. March 28, 1SS9. Through receipts of cattle two weeks ago were upward of 6,000 head. Last week the number was a little above 3,000. This week, as appears by the accompanying re port, only 2,800 head Had their Sabbath rest and food at Liberty yards. Local re ceipts last week were scarcely up to demand. With an increase of 100'head this week there was still a shortage on good light butcher stock.weiching 1,100 to 1,200 pounds. On this grade of cattle there was an advance of 1015c over last week's prices. There were an unusual number o'f buyers on hand, more, in fact, than for some months past. The demand for stockers was so strong that a dozen or more loads went off like hot cakes, and many more wou...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 29 March 1889

The deadlock in the Rhode Island Legisla ture over the selection of a United States Sen ator remains unbroken. becretaryAVlndom gave a special hearing yesterday afternoon to persons interested in the classification of worsteds and woolens. Vice President Morton annonnced yester day the appointment of Senators Cullom and Gitnon as resents of the Smithsonian Institute, to fill vacancies. In the Police Court yesterday. John Lee "West, the New Orleans defaulter, who was ar rested at Toronto Wednesday afternoon, was remanded to await the arrival of officers who will take him back for trial. A. W. Fisher, of North Carolina, the pres ent Assistant Chief Clerk of the Pension Bureau, has been appointed Chief Clerk, rice V. Jr. Brock, resigned. Mr. Fisher I a Repub lican, and served as chief clerk under Commis sioner Dudley. George Powell, alias G. Barnctt Young, who, attired in prieetly garb, was arrested at Toronto Tuesday charged with swindling jewel ers in Ottawa and Toronto ont of watche...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 30 March 1889

t f jjasr hit. . f$ty PfflpilS- 3&&0t ,:fc ISf ' ...JfORTY-JTOTOCTH YEAR . i - . t - ' PITSBTtRG, BATIHIDA.T, iMARCH 80, - 18.8ft ' .. . " " -V- - . )llJfeffEi. . ?EJf?sl j.' "J&, 1 . ' ' ii i i i - . : : i ' ... -i ... m& fc tt -' t ! IE 01? OF GRACE .'Granted Mr. Halstead by the .Senate io Which to With: draw His Name. SHERMAN TO SPEAK AGAIN, Making One More Effort to Prevent the, Editor's Rejection, ETARTS DENOUNCES THE APPOINTEE Halstead' Cause Championed by Senator Spooner Evans, Teller and Payne Bhorr the Would-Be BllnUter No. Mercy Payne Rays the Fight In the Cincinnati Paper Against Him Was Iho Besnlt of a Newspaper Sotr He Wonld Tote to Send Halstead Permanently to Siberia How Senator Sherman Took Snap Judg ment on His Colleague Payne Confident the Senate Will Sustain Its Dignity and Reject the Appointment. Three hours were consumed by-the Senate, yesterday in consideration of. the nomina tion of Murat Halstead, of Cincinnati, to the German Mission. Several ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 30 March 1889

f i. 8s W 2 .'' THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, SATURDAY, MARCH 30, 1880. f&?WH -v""y" jW , i i i i i ' . . . I DANIEL O'DAY'SVISIT The Standard-Mogul Here on i a Mysterious Mission. IT'S A MYSTERY HO LOHGER The New Crafton Oil Field is to be tae-Next Accession - OF A HUNDRED HEADED MOKSTEE. Productive Prospects Which Might Prove Very Obnoxious. ANOTHER DEAL ALMOST COMPLETED Dan O'Day, the great Standard Oil man, was in the city yesterday -representing the big corporation in a very delicate mission. He went home again last night, and, as he est in the Union depot restaurant, and a re porter approached for even an inkling of the mysterious errand that had brought him here, the big man simply frownedj closed his eyes, pressed his lips together, and then he shook his head like a .lion that;has caught a lamb in his grasp and defies the world to get it from him. " "No, sir, IhaTe nothing to say." That was all, and he wouldn't say any more. But a well-known oil man, who is more than a little ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 30 March 1889

THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, SATURDAY, MARCH 30, 1889. WASTED. Boarders nnd Lodsrere. w ANTIO-OCCUPANTS WBpM" ro-r-s: rercrences excnsngcu. mkj. at No. 00 l.iU ELtbT, Allegheny. mh3o-2s TlTANTni-pcoirAWisroBHAMijwi- i v n iai uiimi -with board: to be hadr " J " mwv W.M-, i. nr KT r T .1 b first-class parties only, at u jw&i" CS? ff leglieay, rrom April 1. mh28-ll WANTED - BOOMEBS AND BOABDEKS; ' one large, elegant front room and parlor; excellent location; ronrenlent top. K. K. and cable cars. Address C42S PENN AVE., KEj Financial. TTTA NTED-MOBTGAGES ON PEOPEBTT IN W clthfr dtv: lowXt rates of taterert. SPEN CER & U LOSsEB. 419 bmlthfield St. -mhS-7 TTTANTl D ULNTS TO COLLECT; MONTH W LV frttiement with Itemized statement. BLACK BAlKD. Fourth aTenue. a28-a29-D -v-tv-A NTEU-MOKTGAGES-MUNETTO LOAN AV in sul s to suit, at 4W, S and 8 per cent. GKAEBINU LTON.lSlfoartat.Te. ap6-cl-P rVTTAVTED-MOKTGAGES ON CITY PBOP I W iKTl. over HOOO; X per cent; no tax. -HENRY A. WEAVLBACo, 82Fourt...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 30 March 1889

sssssss&2& Stfgiaftlj ESTABLISHED FEBRUARY 8. 1848. Vol. H No 81. Entered at Pittsburg PostotSce, November it, 1SS7, as second-class matter. Business Offlca 97 and 99 Fifth Avenue. News Booms and Publishing House 75, 77 and 79 Diamond Street. Arernge circulation of the daily edltUn of The Dispatch for six months ending March 1,1869. ,' , ( . 27,988 - Copies per Issue. Arernge circulation of iho Sunday edltlos of The Dispatch for February, 1SS9, 45,144 Copies per line, TERMS OF THE DISPATCH. ,. postage raxa nr ihi ukitid states. DAILT DisrATCH. One Year. 4 Daily DisrATCH, Per Quarter J 00 Daut DisrATCH. One Month 70 Daily DisrATCH, Including Sunday, one year 17. 10 W Dailt DlBfATCH, Including Sunday, Per quarter.. , M Daily Dispatch, Including Sunday, one month 00 Scxdat DisrATCH, oneyear S50 WrxsxT DisrATCH, one year 115 THX DAiLTDlSrATCH If delivered by carriers at 15 cents per -week, orlncluaingtheSundayedltlon. at 3 cents per week. PITTSBPBQ, SATURDAY. MAR. 30. 1888. E0BB...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 30 March 1889

fflF? f & v& TOHISEYILHIGMESS A Sharp Lenten Lecture by Sector Mackay, on a Lying Devil, c ii ivn nrs p a R A TMYTfiAL POINTERS. Always Tellinff the Troth, Irat Only Half of the Truth,' Which is a Lie. THEH00F-AND-HOENS FELLOW IS GONE From what was entertainingly and im pressively said by Kev. "W. K. Mackay, in his Lenten lecture at St Peter's Episcopal Church, last evening, there are evidently two or more kinds of Devils, rith the big D, denoting personality. His topic Vas, "A Lying Devil," and the manner of his treatment thereof in the lecture i Veil told in the icllowing synopsis: "It is an old saying that even the devil is not so black as he is painted; and, though he has always been held up as a liar, from the days of the Garden of Eden until now, I have to begin to-night by saying that, from all I have ever known or read of him, he will always tell the truth. Ton can al ways depend on his word. "The difficulty is that he is always so much better than his word a generou...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 30 March 1889

I ' r "" ' i -. o -vpspa - faHi' 3 . ' ?tTT I 6 THE PITTSBUKG- DISPATCH, SATURDAY, MARCH 30, 1889. A TIMELY WAMHG To Peoplo Who Are Going for' Gold to Santa Clara, New Mexico BY A HAH WHO MOWS IT ALL. r A Scheme of a Large Land Companj to Enrich its Stockholders AT THE EXPENSE OP TIB ' CREDULOUS V Mr. Charles A. Ashburner, the eminent geologist, Jias returned from a trip to Cali fornia and Mexico, where" he has been for the last four -weeks. During his trip he had an opportunity or getting a good man; facts regarding the supposed new gold fields thatlVe.' said to haw been discoVeredin SantaClara, Northern Mexico! Speaking about these gold fields to a"Dls patch reporter yesterday, Mr. Ashburner said: "I am of the opinion that the whole scheme has been gotten up by the English Land Company, for the purpose of specula tion, and the only result will be that 'the land company will make a lot of money. All reports regarding the gold district are too highly flavored with sensationalism to ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 30 March 1889

n Ws " ' THE- PITTSBURG .DISPATCH SATTIRDAY," MARCH 30, 1889. ' T' '"' ;H Jr-1 : ; I Sfiir r.iinnr. ninnirr GiSSad4hS2S5f. TflVF. T-tElTTWn TfinirS very bold bribery. 4UL LI UllUV I n U I I I la LW mMf.J (hit K.t. tk. 4 -..-.. XAJ I - xru.u.xui XJW1.U I ii nr rui n i.ui.i.iit. -... ..-; r . . rwmfii mn ot- amc. u ;r wwfc-?vvw -!- --:rr,- " rank. 1 III WIIW . .. - - j r- vwm ittslrarg Phil Talks, Alxmt the Great Pugilists. 3AGK80H 1t0T PIEST-CLASS, ks'JIike Daly's Backer Takes Down: t- ' His Forfeit " i SOME LOCAL BASEBALL GOSSIP, Sammy Day, the Pedestrian, Arrives in the City. ' GENERAL SPORTING NEWS OF THE DAT "Pittsburg FMl"arrived in the city yes terday from San Francisco. Phil was "full" of news regarding the boxers and the horses. His stay in the ""West has evi dently developed a iaste in him for the fistic art. He saw the fight between Oai roll and Blakelock and has seen Jackson vrith the gloves on several times. Alto gether "Phil" has had a good experience among the boxers, o...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 30 March 1889

I1' A - ' LATE JffiWSffl BRIEF. There it so sign of a break in the Rhode Island deadlock OTer the election of a United States Senator. Mr. Edwin Willets, the new Assistant Secretary of Agriculture, took the oath of office yesterday at the Department of Agricul ture. According to a story printed in New fork, there is great dissatisfaction among the jour nevmen dgarmakers and preparations are being made for a general strike. About 10,000 men will be interred. General Batch ellor, who succeeds Governor Thompson as Assistant Secretary of the Trea sury, has arrived In Washington, and was at the department yesterday. He will assume his new duties Monday morning. At the annual meeting ot the stockholders of the American Waltbam 'Watch Company yesterday it was voted to increase the capital stock SLO00,003, making it 13,000,0001 A divi dend of SO per cost was declared. Nicholas JI. Bell, Superintendent of , the Foreign Mail Bureau. Postofflce Department, has tendcrod his resignation, to take...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 30 March 1889

: f 3 THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH PAGES 9 TO 12. J& tKOW FIEST A SERIES OF SHOUT STORIES By J. Marsden Sutcliffe, ENTITLED THE ROIMCE OF M INSURANCE OFFICE, Beisg Passages kt the Expebience of Mb. AUGUSTUS "WILLIAM WEB BER, Formerly General Manager of the Universal Insurance Company. ALL RIOBTS Dnctnr Jaquet's HEcrEt. Among the lesser luminaries of the medi cal world in Paris, toward the close of 1831, few men occupied a position of greater promise or were more highly spoken of than Felix Jaquet If the verdict of his medical contemporaries may be trusted, none of the younger members of the profes sion could show more right to the fame he was rapidly winning than .the rising young practitioner of the Rue Castiglione. Felix Jaquet was 35 years old, and the rumor ran that before many more years rolled over his head he would rank among the most eminent physicians and surgeons of his day. Dr. Jaquet's rising fame was built on the sure and enduring rock of capacity. His diagnosis, made wit...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 30 March 1889

10 DOCTOES DISAGKEE. Bradstreet's Beports Show a Poor Condition of Trade, While DUH & CO. SEE A EOST ASPECT. Both ire Unanimous, However, That the .Iron Business is NOT IN A TERT FLOURISHING STATE rsrxcui. ttlioraji to tbz DurXTCK.1 New YORk, March 29. Special tele grams to Braittreet't are lea encouraging than those of last -week. Philadelphia, Pittsburg, Cincinnati and Omaha report only a moderate degree of activity, with trade quiet in most lines. The only special activity noted at Boston is in boots and shoes and lumber. At New York the demand for groceries And hardware is in excess of one year ago, in the latter about 15 per cent more. Favorable weather has stimulated the building materials' trade at most cities, notably, at New York and Kansas City. The Tolum'e of business at New Orleans is smaller, that at Galveston no'larger, and the situation and outlook at Jacksonville is not specially encouraging. The movement of merchandise at Iiouisville and St. Joe is good to fair....

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 30 March 1889

'-"msmBrw&saa 7- - . V-'fJri" V ? -. ' THE. PJTTSBTJEG DISPATCH, SATURDAY, MARCH 30, 1889.' 11- m it, (YIAMDS FOR TABLES. bldfGarden Products Passing Away r - , lfew in Good uemana. & Pplokida stkawbeeries plehti. It Activity at Fish Stalls Attests That lent is Fully on. C&TEADE IMPKOVFS U FLORAL LINES OmCB OT PlITSBTOO DISPATCH,! K At the frnit and vegetable stalls a fair week's trade is reported. Delicious new strawberries from Florida find ready sale at ir 51 per quart. Home raised cucumbers, onions and lettuce are in Rood demand. A leading Diamond Market dealer report that Pittsburg people do not kick at prices when they can secure first-class stuff. Crisp borne raised cucumbers at S5 cents apiece find readier sale than the common article at half the price. Fancy restaurants are the best customers for these high priced garden products, j Dealers in fresh fish report trade as in a Tery satisfactory condition. It is Tery evident that Lent is fully on, and that a large ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 30 March 1889

' - 12 THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, SATURDAY, MARCH 30, 1889. 1871. GRAND RE-OPENING OF THE PEOPLE'S STORE. 1889. Tl MOST KfflH W GOODS PALACE IN THE CITY THROWS OPI ITS DOORS TO TIE PMC. H $ 'Vl TO-ZD-AJ3T, SATURDAT, MARCH 30. jPAwwaawgggpiw-HWHjiwrwPffTW , t w aAaa o i 1 I - .apt JL l"" I .Li, Ju 5 SATURDAY MARCH 30. u- t ycst-, aa ,c J r ' www ELECTEE. MASGiNMT. BVihBM& MDCCClgronMi UU I JLU T gm m ttbtt? f.js? . .. T IB m K M mmm:t w -i I? II Ji 1 1 1 - -' ' ' -r . - .. , TO D-A-1T SATURDAY, MABCH 30. if,- v f i T -.'- CAMPBELL & PICK r TO-ZD-A.5T, SATURDAY, e MARCH 30. .. j' .1 f $ 4ff Over One Acre and a Half of Floor Space Devoted to Traffic in Silks, Dress Goods, Millinery, Snits, Wraps, Trimmings, Notions, Hosiery, Carpets and General Dry Goods. The following mention of Departments will serve as a guide to those who may favor us with their presence on this auspicious occasion : T.. no.JI TkiX First Flnnr On Rinht SiriP aYnil) Woolen Dress Goods, such as a full line of th...

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