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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 2 June 1889

-Sk Ta : v ?$ A1MDR0US STORY. Hn$Lew Wallace Tells of Happy Hours With Her Favorite Book. THE HERO OF HER CHILDHOOD. i; Touthful Impressions of Bunjan's Great 1 ' Work Still Eelalned. V P1GES THAT APPEAL TO TflB PAKCI nvxrrnur fob thb dispatch. 1 In answer to the question what book Has given me most pleasure, I reply, without hesitation, 'Pilgrim's Progress." It was when I was about 7 years of ace that I jL, passed from "Cinderella" to Bunyan's matchless work without suspecting that it v vii not a child's book. And. -possessed of "- , , the precious volume new books were rare in those days I climbed a tall "secretary," to escape the younger children, who were too small to scale the back of a chair and follow me. "We were a noisy set nine in all and, secured iu comparative quiet, on my high perch I dreamed dreams and saw visions such as no fairy tale ever unveiled to me. Types and shadows there were none. The actors of the drama were not creatures of fiction, they were positive subst...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 2 June 1889

' otfTST- u r Jj .TfW "7 --. ; t 'SUNDAY JUNE 2, 1889. 16 THE PITTSBURG "DISPATCH, w I & From Testeraay's 3-P. E Edition. EEYEALED TO SIGHT. The Morning Scenes in the Vicinity of the Great Disaster. TYOEE OF THE FIERY ELEMENT. The Flames Add to the Horrors of the Dread Catastrophe. PITIFUL STORIES OF THE EESCUED rTBOM A STJLTF COItKESPONDEKT. Debet, JuneL 2:30 p.m. The half about the awful flood and loss of life at Johnstown has not been told; indeed, one cannot exag gerate the glare of the scene, and the Blow subsiding of the water bring to light scenes most horrible. It is estimated by reliable railroad men engaged in the work of pull ing out dead bodies that not less than 6,000 people have perished. Of all the fearful occurrences the most terrible was the fire in which Supervisor Hayes, of the Pennsylvania road, estimated that from 1,000 to 2,000 unfortunate beings were burned to death. The sight was so heart rending that brave men turned pale and sickened. Over 300 frame hou...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 2 June 1889

?. rr 'W .n'v j . jt --Kip. j. THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH. THIRD PART. ft PAGES 17 TO 20. i .... i.i i i W tf-V IT PITTSBURG, SUNDAY, JUNE 2, 1889. f iTfiE MIGHTY GM3-ES. '-India's Famous Holy Eiver and Its f " ' Thousands of Worshipers. . - THE PEOPLE'S BATHS AT BENAKES. 'How tie Ganges Fertilizes the Extensive Wheat Plains of India. f Av EICH COUKTEI ASD POOR PEOPLE ;COEEESPOME2CKOFTintDISPATCa.l BENARES, April 8. Dur ing the past three weeks I have traveled 600 , miles around the 'holy Ganges riv er and the click of my typewriter now falls upon '' the air in unison with the prayers ; and the splashing jof the thousands 01 pilgrims wno are bathing in A. Hindoo Princess. its water. Ben ares is the Mecca of the Hindoos and the Ganges is to the Indian more than the Jor dan is to the Christian. On the top of a house boat, with six red-tutbaned, black faced and bare-legged rowers, I slowly drifted past the bathing ghats this moraine. The sun was just rising, and over fields of green extend...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 2 June 1889

M Vj -J "fa" t . 'jVV, .-r "vtf 4 T. ' .Rr i J , m w$9Q s 18 nant of men together that afternoon, had what few cattle butchered that had lodged in the snow, and as night came on and the crust of snow hardened, the little baud set forward, silent, slowly,in single file,through the great solemn woods to cross the Sierras. Each mad had a horse and drew a sled. The sled was ofteD only the hide of a bullock, with blankets, bread, bacon, arms, amnni tion, anything indeed that fell to the lot of the man who drew the sledge in the general distribution of provisions. Here were stout, daring, audacious hearts now! There is not room or need to say more. But pray give this brave and single little remnant of an army tender respect. Napoleon on the Alps, the hunchback Hannibal before him were simply luxurious robbers in comparison with tnis sobered and earnest little string of men on their tortuous way through tne pines to recover a kingdom tbat had been lost to civilization. Cortcz drawing his F...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 2 June 1889

to rn. wrsasTSfacfuntKiMB iC: t jw-. ' s iu ?v i V gflw rinri?auiMixriHSwAwr,SFrvBfi?X'r 'sotwD ( ' - . ., -i. '. ' j- j - V V ' , fry BE GIANTS C VsftM ERNEST rWEITTX FOB THE DlRrATCB.l IBOBNTJS, the Hal- giant of the cyon Mountains, was a man cele brated far and near (or his herculean strength, his kind ness of heart and his justness in all things? He had a servant whose name was Handy, and never Vrere there tiro men more fond or each other than Hibornus and Handy, the master and the servant Handy had been a poor boy when the giant took him into service. He was a poor boy from the day of his birth, because he soon became an orphan, and an aunt of his took charge ol him until he grew up. Dur ing the time Handy lived with his aunt he had a very hard road to travel, because his aunt had a boy of her own. Sow, it hap pened that Handy was a fine, healthy and j good-looking child, but his cousin a poor, miserable mortal. He was all right in health and strength, but he was surly, ill tem...

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

pwT WWrW. I-- -- . "-v v-. x; i- rzfr-f gygs$F&m . " -..- v - 5- t ,. - -SS-VK.' IV X War - -a: : ' y-- 4 ,d TBDjT " PITTSBTJRGT DISPATCH; STJNDAY, tflJKE '5, .1889.' CROSSING THE HNE. A Day Spent in Seeing the Sights in Unique Old San Antonio PLEUTY OP MILITARY TITLES. A little Experience With Mexico Custom House Officials. FEATUEES OF OUB SISTEE BEPUBLIC WuSP i iwmiTUi fob the dispatch. SAX ANTONIO claims to be, and is, with color of title, one of the three old est cities within the limits of our glorious republic I possess a lj reverence for ancient til and holy things, ani mate and inanimate, hence I must notice them. There is suffi cient modern vitality in the place to give it spice to those who have a weakness for mixed drinks. Ton can,, being ot this generation, be at home in it and away from home. You may adhere to its business streets and live in the present, or you may wander off a few blocks and revel in the environments of two cen turies ago, or, again, among some of...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 3 June 1889

rfS r "J. " V.-vS J-fc-5- A sc " iffe. FLOOD NEWS. The Dispatch trill continue to publish nil the details of the Johnstown Disaster, which is furnished by a large staff of com. -potent correspondents located at the scene. t'V W$.', ORTY-rOUETH XEAE. HUH COFFINS 'J Needed at Once at the Ruins of Johnstown, in Addition to TWO THOUSAND USED As the WatersBecede From What Was the Iron City of the Mountains, THE EXTENT OF THE WOE Becomes More Apparent, and the First Reports Dwindle Into Insignificance, TEN THOUSAND MISSING. Thieies and Ghouls Follow Flood and Flames, and Make Necessary A CALL FOR ARMED GUARDS. Four of These Worse Than Devils Driven Into Ihc Hirer nnd.Two Others Strung Up by an Angry Mob Tho Armed Guard Doubled nod a Beginning Made to Evolve Order Ont of Chaos President Sloxfaam Takes .the Reins of Government and Committees on AH Necessary 'Points Are Appointed The Work of Clearing Away the Debris and Preventing the Spread of Fire Some of the Sad Scenes Graphically Describ...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 3 June 1889

ftf ' IVT T .V3T" r;- !"- 3- I . &s Mr. McCandless stopped, "everything the Sheriff has said I indorse. Pittsburgers cannot understand from what has been writ ten how imminent their peril is. There are thousands of dead to be mourned for in Johnstown, but unless prompt action, in stant action, is taken to remove the bodies and bury them, there may be an epidemic of the most awful character among us here. The need for the troops in Johnstown is an other thing you can't properly grasp unless yon have seen -what we nave seen. It is im possible under existing conditions for the bodies to be properly protected. Ton can not state these facts too strongly. There is no time to be lost Troops and men tore cover the bodies should be sent to-morrow to Johnstown." More Corroboration. Joe Brown, the well-known gunsmith, added his emphatic approval to his com panions' statement of the case,! All three men agreed that from the number of dead tney saw and the number of persons satd to be missin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 3 June 1889

rfj -,v yP AT, JUNE 3,- 1889. 3 ,t ma v THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, MONt) taassaasssaaaass. . I -fWASJHE DAE, fv "cbntinued from. Second Page. .Unnlnger, found floating 1 tbe AUegheny riVir, contained $12 in money. One of the men who captured the trunk admitted to the Chief that three of them bad taken the money and divided. Two of the men jmrnyd over amounts they received and the third man is .expected to turn up to-day. ': ChustlinTcommittee. Scene nt the Chamber or Commerce How tbe General Relief Committee Worked Sending Aid to ."! ike 9Inny Sufferers. The General Belief Committee worked with almost superhuman strength yesterday to try and alienate in every way possible the suffer ing of the thousands at the scene of the calam ity. The Executive Committee occupied the - rear room oi tne uiamDer oi commerce. inair man H L Gourley, Treasurer William R. Thompson, Mr. Follensbee, Charles Meyran and JohnH, Larkln worked continuously all Sunday night, but with the return of day would onij ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 3 June 1889

jf-.' 1 i '.- .J,,V. - if man v ?.?, i . LATEST AND FULLEST ACCOUNTS OF THE - JntiriBtawn DisostEr Will be found in this and the following issues of The PittBburg Dispatch, Which has a corps of staff correspondents and artists located at the scene. ije JPtpp ESTABLISHED FEBRUARY 8, 1848. Vol.41, No.116. EntereCatnttsbnrgPostomce, November 14, 1SS7, as second-class matter. Business Office 97 and 09 Fifth Avenue. News Booms and Publishing: House 75, 77 and 79 Diamond Street Average net circulation of the dally edi tion of The Dispatch for six months ending Jane 1. 1&S9, 27,824 Copies per Issue. Average net circulation of the Knnday edl. lion of The Dispatch for 3Iur. 1SS9, 47,468 Copies per Issue. TEEMS OP THE DISPATCH. POSTAGE FREE HJ THE UTTED STATES. Uailt Dispatch. One Year ?8 00 DAnvr Dispatch, Per Quarter 2 00 Dailt Dispatch, One Month 70 Dailt UisrATCH, including Sunday, one year 10 00 Daily Dispatch, including bandar, per' quarter r 1 50 Daily Dispatch, Including Sunday, o...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 3 June 1889

'V-?'1' &&-$? '- rv-- "i. J?A'- ' , 'V, MONDAY, JUNE 3, 1889. TOfc: j. THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, zm&ifr , &.. & t. M S- ' I v .WRAPPING SERMON. IBey.tt. K. Melhorn, of Grace Church, 'i "Hits Back at Enemies. .JniL uintPTwnsnnT RENSiTrmUT. 1110 JTAU1.X11U uu . Tha R of Allesred Emissaries ot tie Adversary Catch it AIL r&- -efPEOBABILlTI OP A NEW CONGREGATION jt j-m. TT" irillin iiii1hii f 4L AA.a. Evangelical vmurcu. ouuui j-wcmy-sevenui, preached nis lareweil sermon yesterday morning, or as he put it, not his farewell sermon, bnt bis last as pastor of the church. In the sermon he made several references to the trouble in the church. He said: "The wicked cannot bear the light. Holl- . cess, zeal for God, 'well doing,' are detested by the carnal mind. And, if they can do no more, they trill traduce the character of the righteous and if possible cripple their usefulness." Suddenly stopping, the speaker said: "I want that to have time to soak in." Following the ser...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 3 June 1889

6 -3,000 MOEE COFFINS. Continued from IXrtt JPage. telegraphed to Major John Lockhart, who is acting .as bis private secretary in the absence of Mr. Pearson, asking as the best means of reaching tho capital early. He was advised by Major Lockhart to take a train for Columbia, and be is expected cere during the night. Adjutant ucnerai Hastings, wno arnvea at Johnstown to-day; has telegraphed the Gover nor that there was much pilfering and robbing of the dead and that cne man was lynched for this kind of work. He also stated that the military had been asked for as a means of pro tection, but that he had discouraged auch action. In conclusion he said: "Will ask yon to hare the .regiment (meaning the Fourteenth) if we must hive troops." In another dispatch to the Governor, the Adjutant General says that 1.500 bodies have beeu recovered and that a large number of persons who were either drowned or burned to death are yet missing. Governor Foraker has sent the following dis patch to the G...

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

:V .-'' o- r?i it"? I, L OiiTBall Team Arriyes After ; Tough Experiences. PHILLIPS' PITIFUL TALE. tfhe Team Has Met With Poor Finan- ' cial Success. Ipbes. YOUKG'S great anxiety. 'Interest in the Great Checker Match Which 'f Starts To-Daj. GEKEKAL BPOET1KG MWS OF THE DAI Game. Plnycd Yesterday. Columbus ii....locisyiixes 4 Columbus 12.... Louis villes 3 To. Day's Games. National League Indianapolis at Pitts burg, Clevelands at Chicago, New Yorks at Washington, Pbiladelphias at Boston. American association Cincltraatis at Baltimore; Loulsvilles at Philadelphia; St. Louis at Columbus: Kansas Cltys at Brooklyn. ItfTEKNATIOJTAI, LEAGUE SjraCUSeS at Toronto, Rochesters at Detroit, Buflalos at London, Hamiltons at Toledo. THE BOYS ARE HOME. fiXanaser Phillips Has a Plllfal Story to Tell About Difficulties. There were many glad hearts in the city last evening when Manager Horace Phillips and the balance of the Pittsburg ball team arrived in the city. The team, together with the Indian apol...

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

'-fJ "; ..".-i'j-3t' . i ; -wjw.i'".'i"i,,t ,. t 'itf"- j . . Ji'gatrtmntJH.uiq" iKvyj? i "; "-? -. .THnra- - vwHssw.vUK-'s-'V'v. tnju-.AeA'Jiimeiajmerfrv)ar!mssixswst sTEgrcwiv; &. i-j 3 .. ." : an-w-i r-j" yi' v ' 'T..iTKass3aH.,fTi- -,c i-- -- .-raj:. j;?sr& iier , - ir. ... s. - l ii'-. - - ' '.: WjjrsMBKW.b" "a. . , ..-r,AT" jr';' - O '- ,?f? THE PITTSBiniG DISPATCH. ' UOKDAY, JUNE 3, 1889. 8 IOKETHATOEASUBE This Life is Intended for Something Better Than Mere Sport. 5B CAEEFDL OF YOUR COUFABI. Each Has a Good and Bad Angel Straff Cling for Supremacy. IDLENESS TUE SUBE EOAD TO SIN tEFECIAX. TKXXGBAX TO THI DISPATCH.! Brooklyn, Jane 2 The Bev.T. De"Witt tTalmage, D. D.f preacbed at the Tabernacle-to-day. After expounding the Script ures he Jgave out that popular hymn by A. M. Toplady, beginning: 1 Your harps, ye trembling saints, Down from the willows take. He took for his textfProverbs xiii, 20: "A companion of fools shall be destroyed." 3Following is a verbatim report ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 4 June 1889

e i v- I . u FLOOD NEWS. The Dispatch will continue to publish All the details of the Johnstown Disaster, which is famished by a large staff of com--petent correspondents located at thescene. -is FORTY-FOITRTH TEAK. HOSTS OF DEAD Being Carefully Laid to Rest by Hundreds of Kindly Hands. A LIST OF THE LOST As Far as Can Possibly be Made at Present, Together With NAMES OF THOSE FOUND. The Work of Clearing Away the Debris Being Very Rapidly Pushed. tLOUD GRIES FOR MONEY. Workers Must Be Promptly Paid, to Encourage Them and Others. DETAILS OF A BUSY DAI. 6(111 the Call for More Coffins latest Estl mate of the Fatalities Place the Num ber at About 4,000 With 2,000 Bodies 1 Recovered President Moxhnm's Won derful Work More Reports of GbooMsh and Summary Justice ISTerjbody on the Scene Compelled to Assist in the Sad Work The Troops Not Ordered Out Five Thousand Survivors Appear and Register at the Bureau of Information. rrnox oce etatt corbespondzxts.I Jokxstowx, June 3. Mr. Johnson, the p...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 4 June 1889

'A 2 THE PITTSBTJELG- DISPATOH, TUESDAY, JUNE 4, 1889. . the flood was evidently sufficient to tear up thousands of cubic yards of the earth, and it was borne along in suspension. Sow this enormous quantity .of earth may have been our salvation for the effect of clays in -water is to act as ab sorbents and not only absorbents, but peu tralizers of many of the poisons with which the water may be charged. At least this is one of nature's ways of purifying water. 1 ho time, or course, was very short for the action of the air in oxidizing such materials, for it was not more than "nine or ten hours after the flood until the great body of the drift reached us. "Then, we must take into consideration the further fact of the great dilution of the poi sons. Nevertheless, during the hours named the water was in an alarming condition to say the least. "By Sunday morning it was evident, from the change in the character of tho drift, that the flood carried more water from the upper Allegheny than...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 4 June 1889

rv " IS 0EATHAHEAD. 'Continued from Second Page. dispatcher insists that all otber passengers are accounted for. .JJO TROOPS WENT. The. Fourteenth Ecelroent Held In Read!. nc Governor Beaver Concludes " They Are Not Needed Con . .Idernble Mystery for a Time. "Whether or not the Fourteenth andEiph-' teenth Regiments of the National Guard will bo ordered to Johnstown was a question which no member or the Guard could answer jester day afternoon. After the Eighteenth had assembled on Sun day afternoon, 4S7 strong, on two hours' notice, and was then discharged, the officers and men felt bo discouraged that there was no enthusi asm left amonc them. No instructions were received at all by any of the officers, and the experience of Sunday prevented them from asking for anr. 5 The Fourteenth Regiment, however, was in a different position. At the armory of Bvery company many privates waited all day yester day, and until a late hour last night, expecting at any moment to receive orders To Pot ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 4 June 1889

BWEG&m &z&Jmtoi-C' mi -V THE PITTSBTJEG- DISFATOH, 'TUESDAY, JUNE 4, 1889. -JF - - w m PlTATEST-AND FULLEST ACCOUNTS OF THE Jnfinstnwn Disaster Will be found in this and the f ollowingissues of The Pittsburg Dispatch, Which has a corps of staff correspondents and mists located at the scene. ESTABLISHED FEBRUARY 8, IMS. Vol. 41, So.117. Enterei at 1'lttsburg Postofilce, November 14, 1887, as second-class matter. Business Office 97 and 99 Fifth Avenue. News Booms and Publishing House 75, 77 and 79 Diamond Street Average net circulation of the dally edi tion of The Dispatch for six months ending Jane 1. 1SS9. 27,824 Copies per Issue. Average net circulation of the Sunday edi tion of The Dispatch for May, 1SS9, 47,468 Copies per issue. TERMS OF TOE DISPATCH. POSTAGE FKEE IN THE UNITED STATES. Dailt DisrATCn. One Year. 8 00 Daily Dispatch, Per Quarter 2 00 Daily Dispatch, One Month TO Daily Dispatch, Including Sunday, one year. 10 00 Daily Dispatch, Including Sunday, per quar...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 4 June 1889

3ST1 " THE'OLD SCALE IS O.K. So Say the Amalgamated Men on the - ETe of the Big Convention. mLLTflE MAKOFACTUBEES BIGS? Strikes Promised if They Don't, Though. Proceedings Are Sub-Bosa. T7HI PEESIDEKT W1IIB IS EETIB1KQ The "Wage Committee of the Amalgamat ed Association completed their work atl7 o'clock last evening, and the Secretary was insvmcted to pnt the report in shape, for presentation at the convention, which assembles to-day. He was busi lv engaged on the report last evening; but, although there will be a number of changes, there will not be a. material change in the scale or the base. It was decided to submit a change of base in the scale to the convention; bat the scale, as it was was last year, or as it is at present, is 'the same, $5 0 for boiling on a 2-cent bar-iron card. A number of changes were made in the extras: but none of them can be construed as an advance in wages. In fact many of the clauses in the agreement, that were objectionable to the manufacturers, have...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 4 June 1889

FWWMBHUiwwraaswiwwa?! . V W '. &''." . ?".? i ..s? .. ' ii j.t 't - - r --' ' f-- s, Ki.-.'zi s,-i; -.'.-v-ar'ii.K-jx-,. i -i.; . t-j -, - ,- - . ,- . (ir jl " ' .i. -trr :.5-i- ;' 'jwji " ' ""' v9-' '"- , I r t i. t ; m m t f . 3 JUST TO ENOUGH, The Home Boys Are First in a . Hot Argument. OLD MAN SHUTS THEM OUT. Sotae Great Fielding by the Yisilors and the Local Team. SCOTTDALE BEATS McKEESPORT. A Great Chance for McAuliffe and Meyer to fight. GE2EAI SPORTING MW8 OF THE DAI Gomes To-Day. National League Indianapolis at Pltts traig, Cleveland! at Chicago, New Yorks at "Washlncton, Philadelphlas at Boston. American Association Clnclnnatls at Baltimore, LonlsTilles at Philadelphia, St. Louis at Columbus, Kansas Cltys at Brooklyn. Iktebkatioxax. League Syractises at London, Rochesters at Toledo, Buffalos at To onto, HamUtons at Toledo. Games Pin jed Yesterday. PirrsnUEGS 1.... Indianapolis.... 0 chicagos .. 2....cx.evelasds 1 Kansas Citys..... 9....Beookltns 6 13altimokes 7. . . ....

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