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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 9 June 1889

3. '". 43&K& THE PIErSBTTBG- J5ISPATGBC, SUNDl; ;OTr ,9, - 188?, JJE :M'- if -3S8 Jr ULUB CHARTER Big Fishermen's Capital .Stock is $35,000. SUABILITY IS LIMITED. - . " f Name, of tlie First Incorporator! ThePrci- hs &, eBt ODlceri Some of the Stockholder bA-c" SAl.l.iluc the State Board of Health .''' Tinmrrr. Will be Increased When the c. r5T. " BlVer Fall. There having 'been considerable gossip ' about the financial strength .of the South Pork Fishing Club, a reporter of The Dis patch yesterday investigated the matter. Burners had fixed the capital stock of the clnb at'anrwhere from 100,000 to 200,000. These figures were found to be absurdly high. The writer first examined one of the certificates of stocfc which each or the lake owners In Pittsburg holds. It reads as fol lows:, ' v Smith Fork'Xiihing and Hunting Club, Incorporated March 19, 187$. '.Be It known that is entltled'to - (No.) of shares of the capital stock of the South Fork Fishing .and Hunting Club, subje...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 9 June 1889

w V P fl--- l r ::." . ; . - ESTABLISHED FEBBUAHY Z. IMS. Vol., No. 13. EntereC atPlttsburgPottofnce, J"OTember 14, 1SS7, u second-class matter. Business Offlce 07 and 99 Fifth Avenue, H ews Booms and Publishing House 75, 77 and 79 DlatnondStreet. Average net clrenlation of the dally edl. tlon of The Dispatch for six months ending June 1,1SS9, 27,824 Copies per Issue. .Average act clrenlation of the Sunday edl lion of Tko Dispatch for BIny, 1SS9, 47,468 Copies per Issue. TEIU1S OF TBE DISPATCH. FOSTAGE FREE X2T TIU5 tROTED STATES. i JAllTl);spATcn. OneYear f SCO Daily Dispatch, Per Quarter 200 ' DitLT Disfatcu, One Month, , TO Daily Dispatch, Including Sunday, one year 10 00 Dailt Dispatch, Including Sanday, per quarter. ......... ! 2 SO Daily Dutatck, including Monday, ens . month 90 CCKSAY Dispatch, one year 2S0 "VVeeelt Dispatch, one year. 1 25 The Dailt Dispatch la delivered by carriers at 3eents per week, orincladlUKlhetsundayeditlon. at!0 cents per week. This Isane of THE DISP...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 9 June 1889

KT t?.-ff W'J. 1K V &'JZ . ..r tu' a wfiTO t--,. i V " -fj.. ft . te ':&rasBTO3- Skwt ?" i..rv o -r"Z ",.... !5T.v i 5- ' TT "9 " V iarj?t , . ?i 1 c 4 ? - -fs, J"-. k L vr I FROM MOE - Ireland Shows Her Sympathy 'Ts for Johnstown BYMOST GENEROUS GIFTS. f Jrho Lord Slayer of Dublin Cablet 1,000 All Eager to Help too FuSerers An- i drew Cumecle Donates 83,000 In Addl- , lion to What His Firm Gave EnflUh- . uea Display a Willingness to Assist. CET CUJLX TO THE DISPATCH.! London, June 8, Copyright A meeting is nowjbeingheld in Dublin to show sympathy in word and in money for the victims of the great disaster. Lord Mayor Sexton, who presides, and who. on his own responsibility, cabled i,000 to America before the meeting was held, is an example of the eagerness everywhere to show sub stantial sympathy. "When the news of the disaster first reached London a dispatch waB " received at yonr London office from Andrew Carnegie offering $5,000 to any subscription , that might be started...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 9 June 1889

f& t--.r .- THE "PITTSBirR& DISPATGH, StLNpAY,"" JTOOJN - 9, 1889. 6 " 0MI8G CHAMPIONS ISome lively Games Among the County league Clubs, 'M EAST END STETJGGLE. The Athletics Beat the Etna Stars in Ten Innings. EESULTSOFSOME LOCAL COKTESTS : The Sewicldeys Win a Great Game From the Oaklands. : GENERAL BASEBALL SEWS OP THE DAI Details of the National League games, Prlngle'a Review nnd other interesting sporting- iri will be found on the four teenth pace, Second Fnrt. Games Flayed Yesterday. CnVELAJtDS 10... .PlTTSBCBGS. ...... 6 Cunrjxns S pTTTSBtJRGS 2 "WASHIlfGTOSS..... 7....PHILAELPHIAS 5 SROOKLTCS. 11 LOTJISVILLIS 5 Athletics 14.... Kansas Citts.. 2 ST- Louie 9.. ..Bax.ttmob.es. 0 St. Louis. 5....Baltimoiies.. l MANSFIELDS IS.. ..WHEELINGS S TOBOSTOS (OXT.). TOEOKTOS ECOTTDAI.ES KlSKIlTEXITAS .. . . X. E. Athletics.. 3....R0CHESTEES. 2 11....BEAVEB, GBATS,..10 "....TJ'inoNTO'VR.-a. 3 9....TAREKTU1TS 3 15....ETSA Stabs 10 7... .Oaklands l . Sewickleys , Braddocss "....River...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 9 June 1889

Ztt S-MM'' ' 4- JS $t : if - wT' " t ,4?- .w :: . I, r --..c ri llIBfLI St-, - - I flm Roll of the Living Who HavB Registered Growing but slowly. latest Estimate of .the Number of Survivors Together With A NEW LIST OF NAMES. XTEOM A STAFF COBBESPONDEST.l Johnstown, June 8. Th registration of the names or the survivors has been about completed, and from 19,000 to 20,000 names have been secured. As this place bad a population of 30,000 the number lost will not likely be more than 10,000. All the names have been published in The Dis patch; except those during the past two days. Following are the names, with a few exceptions, additional to those already pub lisbed In THE Dispatch and familiar to its readers: Consent J OonsonL Hay Harrv 51 and wife Hay ueorge 11 imibw Hay Mrs Anna and ch'n HeIseUleorge4 Hoffman Joseph O Hilt- David 3 Hnzrlton Robert S Hirthberger i 5 Haws A J Helms J ana wife 6 Hurbvrt Mrs and fsBUy HlteJKl Hopkins U S Houghton Wml Htiues 1 1 lngiirtJ8 Irons C W8 dentins...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 9 June 1889

vV " &; THE-PITTSBima DISPATCH, 'SUNDAY, JUNE 9. 1889. 1 V i r fc ? WAGING IN ENGLAND. ;The ftoble Sports Hare Been Hugely Enjoying Themselves. A DUKE WHO IS IN GREAT LUCK. He Fell Heir to a Fortune, TTon the Derby Twice Together, and "WILL BE WEDDED IN JUST FOUR DATS Colonel Korth, the Bonann Kin?, is a Bi? Winner ca the Oaks Eace. The English sporting season is being ex tensively enjoyed. The -week jnst closed has been a tremendous one for racing. The owner of the Derby winner is a decidedly picturesque figure. Colonel North, the American bonanza king, backed the dark .lorse, which won the Oaks states. IBT CABLE TO THE DISPATCH. J XrfOXDOX, June 8. Copyright. This lias been a tremendous racing week, with the Derby on "Wednesday and the Oaks yes terday, and any number of turfmen's din ners and such functions sandwiched in be tween on Thursday to give an opportunity to discuss the events. AH tastes are suited. The Derby is won by Donavan, a tre mendous favorite, and the Oaks by ...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 9 June 1889

SSHHKbB ams . .. . r ? SECOND PART. -- 1 ? - THEIEJITAPH; The 10,000 New Tombs in the Conemangh Yalley. MJY WILL BE UNMAEKED, And Aching Hearts of Survivors Will Make a Vale oi Sadness. BETIEWOF ALL TflE FLOOD LOSSES. What Changes a Week Has Wrought Among the nins at Johnstown. SOMETHINGS MYEK XETTOLDLNPBLNT OD moves In a mys tenous way Hiswonders to per form; He plants His foot, steps in the sea. And rides upon toe storm. Blind unbelief is sure to err, And scan His work in ram; God is His own in terpreter. And He will make it plain. Night I Night! Everlasting night ! It teemed to have descended upon Johnstown and its surrounding peaceful towns of the Conemaugh Valley. To the dead, to the living, to both alike, there came but one message darkness! There is a fitness in all things; why not in fate? And so it hap pened that this Message of Gloom came, not upon a Monday, the fresh and buoyant beginning of new life; not upon a Saturday, the restful close of toil and strife; nor upon the...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 9 June 1889

THE PITT&BTJRG- DISPATCH; SUNDAY,' JUNE 9, 1889. 10 I conditions of the atmospheric trap would be established, and as now a great deal of beat from the sun would be for a time im prisoned in and near the earth's crust, and bo made to do the work which renders our planet habitable. All the movements which affect the earth's atmosphere, which constantly mix the good and the bad air, bringing refresh ment to plant and animal alike, are due to this peculiar fact just above noted, viz, that the heat does not get out as easily as it comes in, and therefore, warms the earth's surface, which communicates that warmth to the lower levels of the air. The method in which this heated lower level of air cre ates atmospheric currents is simple. The operation is due to the fact that HEATED A1E EXFAJTDS. The reader is familiar with the fact that hot air rushes upward through a chimney, and irthe chimney be tall the energy thus developed is very great. He is probably al eo familiar with the fact ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 9 June 1889

BSiM r!WP7vywiFswGFr- prjsssyTjr- w$ne-Tr-JTVITW1?fr' 11 THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, SUNDAY, JUNE 9, . 1889. , tv' ' TEE IUSIC WORLD. Necessity for Co-Operation Between Pittsburg's Musical Unions. TREATI OP PEACE PKOBABLE. Some Pointed Kemarks From President William Wolsieeffer. ITEMS ABOUT ODE LOCAL HCSICIAUS There are two full fledged protective unions now existing among the orchestral and hand players of Pittsburg the Musical Mutual Pro tective Union and the Allegheny County Mu sicians Union. The latter, though younger and smaller, comprises nearly all of the city's professional players, as well as of those semi-professionals whose sernces are in demand for the higher class of orchestral work. The lengthy roll of the former organization is chiefly made up of those whose musical activity is, generally jpeaking, upon the less artistic lines and occa sional rather than continuous. It is these differences between the classes of players that hare in fact led to the organization uf two sep...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 9 June 1889

fsssssBiY" m ' i3 THE PTTTSBtTRG- DISPATCH, m I I IN THE SOCIAL SWIM. B sf-j 'isynriiLnav'i . - . tnem or to nerseii ainne. umio w ur kbiiop i w.."""- -"".."-- r!Ti"-r. ttt-. tTZ. i jr--.i m i smrLfkViUrt' K r,5sSstMKJ5 .-.Hon and her race. These have an interest in blbitton at me juacuner gauenes, in xew xu liiRjamKji ft3PHkvty A BELLE AKD HER BEAUTY. , Harriet Frescolt SpoObrd Gives Some Use lul Blot to Girls Who Want to Mingle In Society nnd Still Retain Tliolr Health. iwrniTrx Ton thi siefxtcb.j There are few things lovelier to the eye than a young girl. A baby may be sweeter, tenderer, dearer; but a young girl is as satisfactory- in another way. Lithe, symmetrical, willowy, beaming with un questioning content, her eyes are stars, her teeth are pearls, her blushes are damask, ler dimples are smiles, her smiles are caresses. It is true that there are periods of a woman's life that are happier ana finer finer, inasmuch as consciousness is superior to mere existence, and as humanit...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 9 June 1889

--, A QUAINT OLD CITT Where Sir Waller Raleigh Once Lived 1 and Ruled and V here EDMJKD SPEKSER WON HIS WIFE. A'LoTely Spot in Ireland Hallowed bj the Memories of IfiE POETS AXD COUETIEES OP OLD lCORKESrOTECE or Tint sisrxTCH.) Maxlow, Ikelasd, May 27. About a pood day's tramp east of Cork along the sea is the sleepiest old city in all Ireland. This is Youghal. Eochaill, or "the wood of the yews," is its true Irish name; for some where bJtween 20 and SO centuries aCo, when the Milesians were prowjing about here in their leather-bottom curraghs, the surpassing loyeliness of the harbor- scene was crowned by a noble forest of yews, and these swept from the western heights in billowy corves down to the very edge of the romantio Blackwater, which here reposeful finds its estuary and the sea. The little old city winds alone the Black water shore in practically a single street with moldy warehouses and idle wharves at the one side and with cavernous shops at the other, behind which, like b...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 9 June 1889

EOEBw 14 THE - PITTSBURG DISPATCH, SUNDAY, JUNE , 1889. I I II IfflNlF SPORTS Opinions Abont the local Club's Dire Difficulties. BIG CHANGES MAT BE MADE The Latest Phases of the Brother hood and league Controversy. SOMETHING ABOUT SOCIAL CLUBS. Comment on the Prominent Battles Ar ranged in the Far West GENERAL SPORTING KEWS OF THE DAT Once more a -week's baseball history has demonstrated the fact that there are more and apparently more important risks to run in the business than good and bad players The week just ended has been a disastrous one all round, but the Pittsburg aggregation has undoubtedly had the worst of it all. It is a fact that President Nimick and Secre tary Scandrett feel what may be i called ex tremely blue abont the situation. "Without doubt the club, so far this season, has dropped considerable money, and to many people the outlook is still very discouraging, deferring to the question the other day, a prominent local baseball enthusiast said that if the dnb conti...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 9 June 1889

trTrTl TT!T ;2, VfPFI? t; THE PITTSBTJKG-' DISPATCH, SUNDAY, JUNE 9, 1889. 15? .. CLIRA BELLE'S CHAT. Hunting for a Pretty Girl to Train to Whistle Artistically. IHTENTOR EDISON IN SOCIETI. "Champagne in Bulk the Latest Imported English Idea. THE ACTRESS1 PKESIATURE FRIENDS IconRESPO-sDECE or tiie otsrjLTcu.1 New Yokk, June 8. In all the theater audience where I spent last evening, no feminine face that I could see was half so pretty as that of a plump young blonde who sat near me, and certainly none of the ac tresses on the stage could for a moment bear comparison with her. She had the unmis takable make-up of a theatrical lady, how ever, and by that I mean that she bad not been content to let her bir brown eyes go without an artificial darkening of the lashes and brows; that her lips had been needlessly reddened with rouge, and that lier complexion was not above suspicion. Bet these disfigurements only damaged her remarkable beauty a little. "The singular thing about it," said a t...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 9 June 1889

e?y;'y w,,5g"ir-7;K tsk? vT?yT"p spplfTW 16 THE PITTSBURG- DISPATCH,- SUNDAY, ' JUNE 9, 1889. vBfif&g$gTgzw&?q$zr I 6 m m w EUSAL MFE IN CUBA. A Tisit to the Great Sugar Planta tions Keax Uarianaow. GALLAKI BAILROAD OFFICIALS. Courteous Country .Peaple and ., Voiced Children. Street U THE SHADOW OP TEE PALH GROYES. the pattern of that affected by cows and to some extent country hotels, who cater to drummers, and have a contract on hand to route them oat early in the morning. It ii old and worn and cracked and tied together to keep from falling apart ( There is this to be said for the railroad however: It seems to hare imbibed the good manners of the country. It is by nature and manipulation courteous. Instead of flying past a poor, breathless passenger, who is running at a breakneck speed down hill in a vain hope of getting aboard, it pulls up, stops, waits patiently until he arrives, assists him to mount the platform and does not impose on him an extra charge for being with...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 9 June 1889

THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH. Jill " THIRD PART. PAGES 17 TO 20. f TJSi 9k WEALTH! MONARCH iHow tho Kajali of Jeypore Lives and f Governs Bis Indian Subjects. "A WOKDEEFUL OEIEKTAL PALACE. M(jneer Sights and Characters in the Back Jp Woods of India, AS EXCDESIOX ON Ir'BIG ELEPHANT icoKEisroKDEjrc: or the ijispatcim JEYPOEE, India, May 2. The traveler who would see India as it is mast go out of tbe regular line and eater the native states. There is in Hindostan a terri tory nearly one-fifth the size of the United States and containing a popu lation of more than 56, 000,000, which is gov erned by rajahs. These rajahs have power of life and death. .They have revenues of their own, levy taxation as they please and organize their people and armies on a different basis from the English portion of India. They are subject in a cer tain sense to the English, and most of them have English officers connected with their establishments. They are feudatory states to England, and England does not allow ...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 9 June 1889

&wnjri$ .: !! I P- f JY 18 counterpart, and critically admired the like ness. "It was an unwarranted liberty," she said to herself, "but he ma it very well.' The delicate fiber of the wood had favored to the carver's purpose. The imitation land bore a shade of flattery in the barely tinted birchen white, and in the fine grained satin smoothness that the keen blade had wrought, but this was not too much for more than a reasonable compli ment. As to the modeling that was sincere ly accurate, and the fingers rested on the key, precisely as Mary had seen them dur ing many hours of many days. It is an ex cessively vain girl who admires herself as actually as she does a portrait, and the telegrapher really saw more beauty in the birchen hand than she Irad ever observed in the live one. As she contemplated it, Bavelli returned noiselessly behind-her. "I a-wish to say some-thing, Mees Warriner." The Italian accent of Bavelli grated with unnatural harshness on Mary's ears, and if he had ...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 9 June 1889

' it tr t jp; . j. . - r a i!i """ sZT": m KOBEE SPORTING MEN. Rich Young English Lords Who Have 'Fine Horses and Bet on Them. ffl A PRIKCE WHO LIKES TO BET. BlneBloodcd Women Who Haunt the Eace Courses Abroad. tconRESrovDcror TUX dispatch.! Loxdos, May 26. One of thefirst things xrhich strikes an outsider visiting the pri vate inclosure of a crack British race meet ing is the moody countenance and freezing reserve of th" aristocratic habitue. The bookmakers may be screaming out the odds and the common people roaring their de light during the progress of a race, but the noble sportsman rarely raises his voice above its ordinary conversational tone, and he must be watched closely and continuously before one can detect the muscular twitch ings, the involuntary flush, the gnawing of the nether lip, which prove that his calm ness is simply assumed because it is sup posed that only the vulgar people wear their hearts upon their sleeves. Occasionally human nature will cause even a noble l...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 9 June 1889

"f-? ' ;: -V 4f3 V tv 20 AMONG THE MEXICANS Impressions of an American Passing Through the Country. MONDMEKTS OP OTHER DAIS. From the Border Line to San Luis Potosi and Beyond. A SUGGESTION OP TRAIN BOBBING iwjunur roB thb dispatch.! WITH a grew Eome sensation we are rushing off through the darkness into a strange country. To go through a strange country may be produc tive of exulta tion, but to go into it and feel that a mere line on the earth's surface, a nar- jl Mexican Flower Girl, row stream and sot an ocean, the crossing of which has placed you on soil in -which you have a lit tle interest but no possible claim, is akin to going into some man's orchard or melon patch under cover of night as I remember it. It is not our ground, and thouch we may go in of our own volition, may we, in a republic given to sudden revolutions, be permitted to exercise our will in retreating? But to experience the feeling is worth the experiment. One realizes, even out of dan ger, the sacredness of t...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 10 June 1889

$&e $itt$rra Mgptitt ft ANY ONE CAN HAKE HONEY Who bas 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. rcs .a. SPLENDID -WAJVTS 9f any kind can best ba satisfied; by advertising m the columns of The Dis patch. LEDIUM. K)ETT-l"OURTH TEAR. BIITMS. He Had Expected to Find Worse Evidence of the Disaster. TOO BUSY TO HURRY. No Extra Session of the Legislature to Be Called for Funds. HIS REGIMENTAL RELIEF. What Director Scott Thinks About the Conference Yesterday. A GOVERNOR'S NOVEL PLAN. He Says 200 Men Will Unite lo Sign a 81,000,- 000 lioiul, AXD THE STATE WILL PAY. tVo or Three Interviews and a Tel ecru in From Ilia Excellency Don't Acrcc De scription of a Survey on Horseback of the Devastated Region Arrangements to Supplement Mn-clo Willi fetenm in Clearing; Away the Debris at the Dam General Hastings to be Dictator of the Town, Beginning on Wednesday Will the Legisl...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 10 June 1889

iTHE PITTSBURG- DISPATCH, 'MONDAY, JUNE 10, 1889. 4 years old, accompanied by 25 cents in cash, saying: "Here is 25 cents 'which I want to go to the sufferers at Johnstown, not to feed the soldiers." The Chicago Men's Opinion. The members of the committee from Chi cago who came to Pittsburg to investigate the condition of the sufferers at Johnstown returned to this city last night, and are stopping at the Anderson. The committee consists of City Controller W. J. Onohaw, chairman, and Messrs. Ballard and Bend. Colonel Bend, in speaking of the matter to a Dispatch reporter last night, said: "We found the condition of things at Johnstown worse than we had pictured or imagined. "We are convinced that words cannot de scribe or imagination conceive the magni tude of the calamity. "We were particularlyimpressed with the work done by the Pittsburg committee, and believe thoroughly, as -we have telegraphed to Chicago, that a better committee could sot have been formed in any city in the coun...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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