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

57 j1 .- '$ fry BPECT ONJHE VOTE. The Flood Disasters and the Prohibitory Amendment & m SEEN BY BOTH SIDES. It It Generally Accepted That There Will be n Light Torn Out at the roll Liquor ?1Bleii Think the Calamity Will Help Them, hot Prohibitionists Hold the Rerene. ! Throughout the length and breadth o! Penn sylvania there is but one great topic of conver sation. That is the flood. For a week nothing else has been talked about. The excitement , has been general all over the United States. Of coarse In other States public interest in the awful calamity -will Terysoon diminish and people puisne the even tenor of their way. But here in Pennsylvania the high ten sion will continue unbroken for possibly two weeks to come. At the very least calculation It will be ten days before the wrecking crews at Johnstown, and in the Cone tnaneh Valley nencrally. complete the work of recovering bodies of the drowned people. That,' with the banal of the dead, the removal of de bris, the. movemen...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 7 June 1889

rj -vr . "Vi 9 " '. ' ?i THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH,, PPJDAT,' TUNE. 7, 1889. J. , Zf WILKIE COLLINS' Greet AmEriGBn Naval, THE FIKST AND ONLY ONE EVER "WRITTEN BY HIM, ENTITLED ThE DnlyEirl etDvErinnk Will be published in COMPLETE f onn In The Pittsburg Dispetch Of Sunday next, Jane 9. lift Mi$$nlt ESTABLISHED FEBRUARY 8, 1S4S. Vol. -M, 2Jo. 120. EntereC a: Pittsburg Postoffice, KovemberlJ, 1SS7, as second-class matter. Business Office 97 and 99 Fifth Avenue. News Rooms and Publishing' House 75, 77 and 79 Diamond Street. Average cct circulation of the dally edi tion of The Dispatch for six months ending Jane 1.1SS9. 27,824 Copies per tunc. ATeraco net circulation of the Sunday edi tion of Tho Dispatch for May, 1SS9, 47,468 Copies per issue. TERMS OF THE DISPATCH. rOSTAGE FBEE IN TEE EXITED STATES. DAILT Dispatch. One Year $ 8 CO DATLT DISPATCH, Per Quarter 2 00 Daily Diepatch, One Month. "0 Daily dispatch. Including bandar, one year 10 00 Daily Dispatch, including Sunday, per quarter. ...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 7 June 1889

SS : ww w v.'-11 .aa THEE" BE HO STEIKE. ii h The Ironworkers Intend to Modify and Eevise Their Scale. t ABOUT THE SAME AS LAST TEAE'S. Manufacturers, Having Ko Organization, Will Act Each, for Himself, PRESIDENT CAMPBELL'S FUblLADB " There will be n0 strike in the iron and steel industries this year, and, although the manufacturers have refused to hold a con ference with the workers, there seems to have been some sort of an understanding be tween both sides. The Manufacturers' Association has been dissolved, but the "Western Iron Association is still in existence, and Joseph D. Weeks is still the Secretary of that organization. The manufacturers have not had any communi cation with the workers on the wage scale, and, although they have met and discussed the situation, nothing has yet been published of their action. Secretary Weeks was authorized, as an official of the association, evidently, to write the following editorial, which will appear in the current issue of the American Ma...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 7 June 1889

r- -EJH i-i 1l THE PITTSBUKGr DISPATCH, IBIDAT;.- TONE 7, 1889. 6 tt 6 HIE LUSTY BABIES, Tliey Turn in and Wallop the Pittsburgs. BUT TWO HITS OFF BEATIN. U Boston xnms up tne Uiants in a blagging Matcn. EESDLTS OF EACES EAST AM) WEST Jimmy Seed favorite in the Checker Championship Contest GENERAL SPOETING NEWS OP THE DAT Games Played Yesterday. ' CLEVELANDS 8....PlTTSBXrEGS 2 CHICAGOS H....I1TMAKAPOLIS....10 Bostons 10....NEW Yobks 7 Phtlabeutttab.. 6....Washii.-otoss... 1 athletics 5....locisvilles 2 athletics 16....louisvilixs s Kansas Crrrs-.. 6.. ..Brooklyns 4 St. Louis.. 9.... Columbus . 3 CntCTNITATIS 10....BALTIMOEES 3 'Wheelings 6.... Mansfields. 5 SYRACUSES 4....IiONlONS. 3 DETEOITS 7....R0CHESTZBS....... 5 SPRESGFIELSS.... 7....TTAWTT.TOKS 2 The Runners. At Bt. Louis First race Bonnie King, 1; Kee-Ve-Na, 2. Second race Flyaway, 1; Avondale, 2. Third race Clara C, 1: Bonita, 2. Fourth race Don Jose, 1: Zulu, 2. Fifth race Llgero, lj Klllarney, 2. At Jebohe Park First race ...

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

X -&WVl PfpBS-rW W?!?, & FT V ' ' Z T x ' ,i 'A wjy& EE1TDBES OF TEADE. AnfQltt Timer Famishes Interesting f $M - Eeal Estate Items. $ '. adaklakd farms in the long ago. How the Pioneers Were Harassed "With Poverty in Lands. v "WEEK'S TEADE AT L1BERTI YAEDS Office of Pittsbuhq Dispatcit. J Thuesdat. June 6. 1889. lrA recent talk -with Mr. Chadwick, the Twenty-first "Ward dairyman, ehcited some real estate items which will no doubt be of interest to the readers of The Dispatch. "In the year 1803," said Mr. C, "my grandfather came from England to this city and purchased a tract of 169 acres where Oakland now stands from 'Squire Wil klns, tbe father of Judge Wllkins, one time iliuister to Russia, The price paid was 0 per acre. My father, who was then a man, thinking that the Oakland tract was not large enouch for two families, removed to a farm In West moreland county, where I was born. In the year IKS father Inherited the Oakland tract and moved his family at once to this ...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 7 June 1889

w ' i i 8 HELPING THE LIVING, Efforts Being Mads by the State Board of Health TO PREVENT EPIDEMICS. Danger Lurking in the Stacnant Wateri Fitttbnrg UnnrcetsarUjWllortned Work ingmcn Dlaautlsflcd With Their Sleeping Quarters Contributions Ponrinc In Over S'25,000 In Cain Kecelvod and ninny Thousand! More Promised Wood Tillo Wiped One of Existence. . rmOM A BTAFP COKnZSrONDEST.1 Johnstown, June 6. The order in Johns town to-day is most excellent. The wore is progressing slowly, because there is some dis satisfaction among the workmen. The hitter demand better places to sleep, bnt they have enough to eat. Mr. Henry V. Hartman, of Beaver Falls, was doing his best this morning to secure better accommodations for the men. Xast night over 200 men hadn't any shelter and laid down in the rain. Mr. Hartman himself went to bed wet and got up this morning feel ing pretty tough. There are not enough tents in the town yet to shelter everybody. A gang of workmon from Blair county "walked for miles...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 8 June 1889

" ' Transient Advertisements, INCLUDING WANTS, TO LETS, FOR SALES. ETC.-, FOR TO-MORROW'S ISSUE Should be handed in at the main advertising office of The Dispatch. Fifth avenue, np to midnight. 3' 'FORTY-rOUBTH TEAR f I fOne of the Coroner's Jurymen Galls the Destroyed Dam A GREAT DEATH TRAP. Rumors of Damage Suits Before a Verdict is Rendered. DENOUNCED BY EXPERTS. .Two Famous Engineers Make a Si Thorough Examination of the Ruins. JEALOUSY DOES ITS WORK. A Number of Undertakers and Policemen Re turn Home. THE DEATH ROLL 15,000. Many of the Volunteers Becoming Dlscour nged nt the ImmenUyol the Worlt Be fore Them Poor Sanitary Condition of tbe Demolished City Cremation the Only Remedy Remaining Great Work and Generosity or the Undertakers About a Olany Workers Leaving as There Are Arriving Tbe SnrrlTors' Registry List Very Much Smaller Than on Previous Days Damage Suits Be- "ported Already Entered Against the Reservoir Owners The Coroner's Ver dict Withheld for the Present. t tTBOK X...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 8 June 1889

wkf? ' . rA THE-- PITTSBimG- DISPATCH, SATUKDAY, JUNE - 8, 1889. wmpi i B 'Art one, sot copperas or mercury, as it would poison the water. It will be something harmless. The solution will be stored in tanks. If all works well we will commence operations with the engine in the morning." A fire engine left Pittsburg for Johnstown last night to perform this work. "Ihe most I fear," continued Dr. Lee, "is that disease may break ont among the weakened survivors in the infected district, but so far the absence of mortality is won derful tor the exposure endured." A telegram from Johnstown last evening said that several cases of malignant diph theria had developed, bnt so far the dreaded disease had not spread. Wants tbe Surgeon General. Continuing the doctor said: "I telegraphed for Surgeon General Hamilton, of the United States Marine Hospital Service, who bad charge of the quarantine and supervis ion of the yellow fever district of Florida, to come on, as I want to confer with him. I ha...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 8 June 1889

raStJBaS WB& Lv Tm&?F7: Wt;v- A '-, " TRAVEL IS RESUMED, Tim Pennsylvania Railroad -Opens a Passage East JTS WORN-OUT OFFICIALS. The Train Dispatchers HaTe Had t ho Wont of It Sightseers Clamor In Tain to Go Farther Than the Train's Kan Belief Corps &ellt 0ot Dur,n lhB D"v The announcement was made early yesterday afternoon by the Pennsylvania Railroad offi cials that they had succeeded in making con- section with the East by way of the Allegheny Valley and Philadelphia and Erie. This mil make the trip irom here to "nua delpbia somewhat longer than in the usual was but the company are in hopes that it will not last more than four or five days at most. The following dispatch from Philadelphia states very clearly the manner in which the trains will bo run, and the various connections that will be made. The Detailed Arrangement. Philadelphia. June 7. The Pennsylvania Railroad is at last able to announce- the resumption of the running of through passenger trains from New Yor...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 8 June 1889

R5?3S THE PITSBTOIG IttSPATOH sITUEDT, TlftfE 8,' - 1880; 7TF -A Modern Miracle. The Pittsburg Dispatch OF Tmiw. May, Jane 9, 1889, WILI, CONTAIN ' A Number of Now-Features which makes it A foBierM Example of Modern Genius. The Only Girl in Overlook, A Western Story written by Franklin File From a Plot By Wilkie Collins, Will be Published Complete in this Issue. The Johnstown Disaster Will be Described at Length, together with the Very Litest News from tbe scene. A large corps of talented writers and artists will contribute tbeir best efforts to the col umns of the paper, and tho usual f nil foreign, domestic and local reports will be Riven, mak ing this issne of The Sunday Dispatch, from a journalistic point of new, A Mmtern Miracte. . ESTABLISHED FEBRUARY 8. 1S43. Vol. ,Xo. 121. Entcret at rittsburg Postoffice, JCovembcr H 1SS7, as second-class matter. Business Office 97 and 99 Fifth Avenue. News Rooms and Publishing House 75, 77 and 79 Diamond Street. Average net circulation of t...

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

r '. ' THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH,1 "SATURDAY, JUNE ";8, 1889, )k v WILL MARTIN GET IT? He Does Hot Deny His Willingness to Accept the Presidency of THE AMALGAMATED ASSOCIATION, The Sailers and Koll Turners' Scales Dis cussed at lesterday's Session, TAKE FDEKACES GAIN FATOE IK OHIO This year's contention of the Amalga mated Association i making rapid progress, Mr. Martin, the Secretary, stating last night that by next Thursday probably all the work would be finished. The rollers and nailers' scales were discussed yesterday. Apart from that, however, nothing of im portance was accomplished. Soon after the opening of the morning's session the Secretary read a communication from Nicholas Dale, of Sharpsburg, re questing the permission to read a statistical statement of outputs and otueritems referring to iron workers. But the request of Nick Dale was refused. The roll turners' scale was next discussed, and the whole moraine was taken up with that work. At last it was decided to postpone It...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 8 June 1889

resaiEi THE' PITTSBUKG- DISPATCH, - SATURDAY, JUNE 8, 1889. 6 ENDED PLEASANTLY, The Connty league Smoothes .Down Its Troubles. MB. BABBDOESHOT BESIGN. Bain Once More Taraljzes Many Base ball Games. BOSTON DEFEATS THE GIANTS. Athletics and Lonisrilles Play for the Johnstown Sufferers. GEKEEAL SPOETING MWS OF THE DAT Games Flayed Yesterday. BOSTOKS.. 9.. ..NEW YORXS 4 PHILADELPniAS M....Washikgtons... 7 ATHWrrlCS 9....LOU1SVUXXS 7 VVnEELrNGS 4....MAXSFEELDS 3 xhhersts ll....TEi?.-rrrs . 3 EASTOS H....LAFAYETTES 7 League Record. Terl Per ' "Won. Lost-Ct.! Won. LosUCt. Bostons. 25 7 ,781IChlc(toS IS SO .29 lUUaJelplllaE 13 .Gi llttEburgS. ..13 19 .406 ClereUnda.,.21 J4 .GOOi Indianapolis 10 2 J1J Att l'orks...lS 16 .53VaiblnjtfonB & n .SO Association Kecord. Perl Per TVon.I.ort.Ct.1 Won.tASt.Cl. St. Irful 30 12 .7141 Baltimore!... .3) 19 .513 Athletics .S 15 .S95lClnclnnatls...2 :i .512 Broofclvm 3 18 .890 Uolomlras. ....15 2S .375 KantuCltys..zi 3) .SlilLoulsvilles.... 8 34 .190 Gs...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 8 June 1889

m v -$: f . ' m THE P1TTSBUBG .DISPATCH, SATURDAY, JTJOTJ -8, 1889. II TWOBK Volunteers Are Leaving Johnstown In Droves Every Day, FEARING AN EPIDEMIC The Situation Now Growing Worse, and Workers Discouraged. ONEOFTHEURGENT NEEDS TOOSt A BTJLTr C0BHXSP0"SDXNT.1 JoSnstowx, June 7. "The volunteer forces are likely to be withdrawn from Johnstown," said Mr. Hart man, of the Hartman Steel "Works, at Beaver, Pa. "I hare talked with Mr. Flinn and Captain Jones, and at a meeting last night it was decided that a week from Saturday the volunteer workers would be taken away. It is necessary to show just where the town stands, both to the people of the place and those ot the country at large. No workmen will stay here under present condi tions. They are leaving in droves and the number coming in barely fills the gap made by those who go. "The proper way to hare taken care of these men would have been to build tracks out on the ground and run in box cars for the men to live in instead of tents. ...

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

e ' CJ THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH; ' - SAT.TJKDAY, , TUISE 8, ' 1889. EREFT OF REASON, An Epidemic of Insanity Be gins to Break Out. THREE VERY SAD CASES. The Latest Sensational Feature of the Flood Phyalclnni Say it la a Natural Consequence of Sncb an Awful Disin ter Mothers Who Monrn Lite Rachel and Refuse to Be Comforted. CTEOM X 6TA1T COBKESPOXDEKT.I Johnstown. Jane 7. The latest startling feature of the flood is that insanity has broken out among the people of this place. Three cases were developed to-day, and an expert on insanity says it is the beginning of an outbreak of the disease that will destroy the minds of scores of people. The three cases are now under treatment, but the victims stand a poor chance of being cured. This afternoon Dr. Alice Bennett, the physi cian in charge of the women's ward of the Nor ristown Insane Asylum, left for that place, where she will treat a woman whom she takes with her. Dr. Bennett was in Pittsburg at the time of the flood, and upon hearing o...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 8 June 1889

THE PflTSBURG 'fflSMtgEr" t "'. PAGES 9 TO 12. '. : - A- b SECOND PART. 1 1- If. lEIM iVEALED J-f H BY J. MARSDEN SUTOLIPFE, BEING ONE OF A SEEIES OF SHOET STOEIES ENTITLED fTHE B03XA-c;jaj ijb- jum SSIed TTpwt Passages nr the Expebience of Mb. AUGUSTUS WILLIAM 2WEBBEB, Formerly General Manager ALL RIGHTS CONCLUDED. IV. Among the facts brought to light by Dog- ffiS? ?1 11 : 4ia nmlrco nf hlo fmnnTrrift intA ir "i Bffairs of Gerald Iiatour was the existence of a mortgage on the premises in Great Chester street. This mortgage was held by a maiden lady named Bradley, residing in Islington, an elderly woman of keen, active intelligence and practical business habits. Hiss Brad ley had somehow contrived to learn that affairs were not as flourishing in Great Chester street as she had been led to sup pose when first she advanced her money, and some six months before the outbreak of the fire she instructed her solicitor to give notice of foreclosure. The notice was on the eve of expiration w...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 8 June 1889

vlO pBOTHFLOODATOHRE 11 Hare a Decided Effect Upon the Situ ation of General Trade. PRODUCTION HAS BEEN CHECKED. Business is Yery Moderate Throughout the Interior Eegion. THE EXPORTATION OP GOLD BULLION israelii, tuxgiuii to thi dist-atcb.1 Kew Yoek, Jane 7. The terrible disas ter in the Conemaugh Valley together with floods extending from southern New York south into Maryland and Virginia, have checked movement of general merchandise at all supply points for the region referred' to. Pittsburg and Philadelphia lose most in this way. The loss of property in the ter ritory outlined trill not exceed $15,000,000. The estimated amount of capital invested in the Conemaugh Valley (where the property loss is placed at $30,000,000), was $T,600,000, of which 55,400,000 was employed industri ally. v Transpwttation facilities being interrupted through Central Pennsylvania, Eastern mar ket supplies of garden product and in New England of leather, have been curtailed and prices are higher, of the...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 8 June 1889

wri 1. M; THE ' -PITTSBURG-" DISPATCH, 3A.TtJRD.AX ' JTTNV8,t"il889 :a vfiTJp, fZytAkyA 'WWWWWiMBty' m THEJOMET BASKET. A Quiet Week's Trade at the Fruit and Ycgetable Stalls, v PEAS LOWBE TOMATOES HIGHER. Poultry Scarce and Firm, Fist Supply is Short of Demand. PLOEISTS EEPOKT QUIET TEADE Office of Pitisbtjeq Dispatch. Fktday. Juno 7. ISSa. ( Reports from fruit and vegetable stalls in dicated an unexpectedly quiet trade for the week. Horae-gro vrn strawberries are scarce, having been kept back by beavy rains and cool weather. Maryland berries were de tained beyond the floods, and those which finally did come were in rather bad shape. Tomatoes are scarce and higher. Home grown icas are In good supply ;at lower figures than ruled a week ago. Large quantities of Eastern and Southern fruit and vegetables that bare been due at this market since Friday last were ordered by shippers to other markets, and the expected glut here has not material ized, bald a leading Liberty street produce c...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 8 June 1889

sT KEW AbYgRTISBMEKTS, bare, First djstriot, to meet at the Injubb of EWerick Pastre, No. S3 Federal street. Second district to meet at the pnblio school louse. Third district to meet at the public techoolhouse, Franklin street Fourth dis trict to meet at P. J. Foley's, corner of Elm Street and "Wylie aTenne. The electors of the Eighth -ward, Pitts burg. First district, to meet at the People's Skating Kink, on Bedford avenue, near Fulton street. Second district to meet at Al derman John "W. Bell's office, "Wylie ave aue. Third district to meet at Club House, Center aTenne. Fourth district to meet at 2fo. 35 Colwell street Fifth district to meet at O'Beilly & Son's livery stable, No. 71 Fulton street " The electors of the Ninth -ward, Pitts burg, First district, to meet at Alderman O'Donnell's office, Penn avenue. Second district to meet at Hemphill's foundry, Thirteenth and Pike streets. Third district to meet at P. Mogee's, Penn avenue. The electors or the Tenth ward, Pitts bur...

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

wn -r-- f 'r. M A ;!FORTY-K)trRTH YEAE. PITTSBURG; SUNDAY, JUNE 1889. ITVE OENTSV itMtllj "TWENTY PAGES; "1 i . ut J "t l" . - ' Y i iraif Governor Beaver Told the State Must Take Hold. THE CRISIS REACHED By the Relief Committee Deciding to Stop Cleaning Up. .THE GOVERNOR ACTS, 9 So ' Far as to Join in an Important Con ference. HE -IS STILL BACKWARD 4Lbout Calling an Extra Ses sion oflhe legislature at Once. HE IS AFRAID -OF THE COST. Another Conference Will Be Held at Joins town To-Dny, for Which Place General ''Bearer Started from Philadelphia Last Xlsbt The Relief Committee Deter mined That No More Money Apprcprl. , ated for the Relief of Sufferers Shall Be TJtcd for Removing Debris Plans for Using DIouey Oat of the State Treas ury At Least One million Needed at Once, The affairs of the Executive Committee of the General Belief Fund were brought to a sodden climax Friday by the members, who were compelled to acknowledge that the committee was unable to cope with the de mands made...

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

-K'tf' -F ? f 'V' ir - i ir-, , -f THE FCTTStrEG .DISPATCH. .ITNDXT, JUW ft- 1889. MIffilFIGIT. Undertakers Open War K Are m- With Each Other. RATHER AGAINST ONE They Wil Return to Johns town and Ignore Mr. Devore. MEETING HELD LAST NIGHT. The Pittsburg end of what promises to be come a very lively undertakers' fracas ex plodedand went offwith alond report last night. The Johnstown end of the affair consisted, if the reports that came to the city yesterday are true, in a conflict of au thority between Mr. W. H. Devore and Mr. J. J. Flannery, of Pittsburg. Mr. Devore claimed to be authorized by the State Board to manage the work of the un dertaken and exhibited a postal card signed by the Chairman of the board, requesting him to direct these matters. Mr. Flannery claimed to be au thorized by the Chamber of Commerce Com mittee, and to have been elected by the Pittsburg undertakers as the undertaker-ln-charge. There was a quarrel between the two, the lie was given and, it is said, a kn...

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