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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 12 June 1889

- ., THE'-HTTSBTOG MffiSa$fiflllSKfflsEBf Siffi&SW1 18gJEC TEAR'S GRAIN TEADE. Officials of Exchange Give Account of Stewardship. P. B.R. RECEIVES COMMENDATION, But is Advised to Do Better Things in Favor ? of Home Dealers. A, HAPPY CONDITION OP TEEASDEI Office of Pittsburg Dispatch. " Tuesday. June 11, 1SS9. J At the annual meeting for the election of officers held by the Grain Exchange to-day some interesting statistical information was presented by the retiring officials. President McHenry presented an elaborate report of the transactions for the year past, which, at Its close, was indorsed by the hands and feet of the members, who ere present in full force. Amonft many interesting items in the Presi dent's report vi e cull only a few. The report in full is well worthy of publication. Its modest author shows a command of English and power of expression, which show that the Ex chance made no mistake in their selection of a presiding officer for the year just closed. Following ...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 12 June 1889

i tv 8' Mi sBHffi5B& otpatoh;;-'-dnicsda: jtjotd ,1, m$. Tl, I f I Hv. SUfiYIYED THE SHOCK One Maa Who Does Not Belieie in Electricity for Executions. A PERIOD OP FEARFUL AGONY. fifteen Hundred Volts of Electricity Passed Thnragh Him. HIS BECOTEBY ALMOST MIEACDLOUS. An Apparently Strong, Flu la the Cause of Murderer Eemmler. H. SI. SteTens, of Boston, does not believe In using electricity for executing criminals, fie tried it once himself, and the results R-ere not entirely satisfactory. He is sot dead, bat he suffered awful agony for a number of boars, and still feels the results of his experience. He thinks Eemmler had fetter be hanged. Boston, Jane 11. The terrible uncer tainty of electricity in its effect upon the human body was never better illustrated thi in the case of H. M. Stevens, of this city, -who four years ago received a shock equivalent to 1,500 volts the greatest on record, so far as known. The fact that he recovered, after awful agony, and is to-day a healthy an...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 13 June 1889

Ty; r ? "4 -T Y HEART'S DELIGHT, A charming novelette by Louise Stock ton, trill be published in complete form in next Sunday's DISPATCH. Bead it rOBTY-FOUKTH TEAS. Bfl ID. Some of Johnstown's Citizens Displeased Because They Are Once More DEPRIVED OF HOME RULE. They Think They're Fallen From the Frying Pan Into the Fire. COOLER HEADS INTERFERE And Prevent an Onlburst of Popular Indignation at a Pub lic Meeting. PITTSBUEG PEOPLE COMPLIMENTED And Eesolutions Passed Urging the Got- ernorto Hasten Arrange- jnents so That MONEY MAI BE HAD FOE THE NEEDY The change of administration at Johns town "was not accomplished without some little friction. Many there were who ob jected as seriously to the State running the afia irs of the place as they did to the first regime since the flood. A resolution was unanimously passed at an indignation meeting that funds for sufferers should be gotten into some available shape and hands as soon as possible. . rraoM a staff coBEEsroxrjEXT.: Johnstown, Jun...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 13 June 1889

!THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, THURSDAY, JUNE 13, 1889. y i ' f A CHANGE IS IDE Col. Spangler Will Establish His Headquarters Here. A HEAVY COMMISSAEIAT. Twenty Thousand Kations Are Is sued Daily at Johnstown. A CONFERENCE TO BE HELD TO-DAY lie Local Belief Committee Will Through the Colonel. let GEEAT IOTS OF DISIHFCTAXTS Colonel J. L. Spangler, Chief of the Commis sary Department on the Governor'!) staff, ar rived in Pittsburg at a late hour last night. Colonel Spangler came here for the purpose of holding a conference with the members of the Citizens' Relief Committee. lie was accompanied by Colonel Hill and one or two other military men. In speaking of his visit to a Dispatch repor ter. Colonel Spangler said that he came here solely for the purpose of having a conference with the members of the Citizens' Committee as to the provisions that should lie sent them. Colonel 'Spangler is known throughout the State asone of the foremost men in military circles, and being a veteran among the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 13 June 1889

T? WSR?flT TT? vrTfw-vWWf7 p JP'KS " VVSf THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, THURSDAY. JUNE 13, 1889. ff g5?p THE LAST TEIBOML. Evidence AH in Concerning the Im- - portation of Glass Workers. TEE U. S. ATTORNEY THE ONE "Who Will Ib Called Upon to Talk to Presi dent Campbell About It PRESIDENT WE1HE IS BE-ELECTED A member of tlie Executive Committee of National Trades Council told a Dispatch re porter last night that there was now no tribunal for President James Campbell, of the window glass workers, except the decision of the United States District Attorney, and that the evidence collected in the investigation of his connection with the importation of the 26 English glss blowers now at work in Jeannette would undoubtedly be placed in the hands of the United States Attorney at the meeting of the assembly next Saturday rirht. He said further that the Window Glass Workers Onion finally recalled their offer of an investigation, bnt that the investigation bad ;oneon just the same or at least the ev...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 13 June 1889

r- THE PITTSBTJEG- DISPATCH, THURSDAY, JUNE 13. 1889. Wtf- Mf Bip ESTABLISHED FEBRUARY 8; 1S46. VoL, No 128. Enterct" aU'ittsburgrostofflce, j,oemberH, 1S57, as second-class matter. Business Offlco 97 and G9 Fifth Avenue. News Booms and Publishing' House75, 77 and 79 Diamond Street. Average Det circulation of the dally edi tion of The Diapatch for six months ending Juno 1, lbS9, 27,824 Copies per issue Average net circulation of the Sunday edi tion of The Diapatch for May, 1SS9, 47,468 aW Copies per Issue. TEIUIS OF THE DI&PATCH. POSTAGE FREE IV THE CKITED STATES. DAH.T DisrATcn. One Tear 8 00 Daily Dispatch, Per Quarter 2 00 Daily Dispatch, One Month v 70 Daily DisrATcn, Including bunday, one year 10 00 Dailt Dispatch, Including Sunday, per quarter 2 SO Daily Dispatch, Including Sunday, one month 90 fcCMAT Dispatch, one year 2 SO eeklt Dispatch, one year. 1 25 The Daily Dispatch Is delivered by carriers at loccuts per week, orincludiiigtheSundayedition. alio cents per week. PIT...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 13 June 1889

BScJlS TW73R? WSTfrf ' y? 3W3WWK3 f J - -v ,v ,&- THE PITTSBTTEQ DISPATCH, THUKSDAY, JTHSE 18, 1889. 5 ASSAULT OH IAH0M. The Other Virginia Faction Makes a Call Upon the President. SOME OP THE OFFICES WANTED. Mr. Harrison Eeplies Pleasantly, But Hakes ho Great Promises. THE SITUATION IN TROUBLED HAITI "Washgton, June 12. The delegation of Virginia Eepublicans opposed to General Mahone, which was appointed at the con ference held in this city on May 29, at which time an open letter was addressed to General Mahone, called npon the President to-day ac cording to appointment. The delegation was headed by ex-Governor Cameron, Colonel Brady, of the National Re publican Committee from innnia, and Gen eral Groner, chairman of the anti-Malione win;: of the Republican party in Virginia. The members ol the delegation were cordially re ceived by President Harrison and were with him for SO minutes or more. Private Interview. The interview was private, thero beinR no person other than the Pre...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 13 June 1889

'.V.- 6 THE' BITTSBTJKQ DISPATCH, THURSDAY JUNE 13, " 1889. m m I' m W GETTINGJTO LINE, The Boys "Win Another Game From Chicago. KTJEHNE'S HOME EM EIT. The Babies Meet Defeat Hoosiers' Home. at the BAIN STOPS SOME GREAT GAMES. The 'Runners on the Eastern and Western Tracks. GENERAL SPOBTIKG HEWS OF THE DAI Games Flayed Yesterday. PmsBCBGS 10....CnrcAcos S lndiaxapolis..... u....ci.evei.axss 3 Baltimobes....... 8.. ..St. Louis 3 "wheelings 8....spkixgf1ei.ds.... 0 At St. Louis First race. Queer Toy. Sec ond race. The Elk. Third race. Le Premier Fourth race, Uridcelight Fifth race, Linguist. At Jerome Park First race, Fltzroy 1; CarnotS. Second race, Auticoma 1: LadyPul sifcr 2. Third race, Charlie Dreux 1; LeloprosZ. Fourth race. Tormentor J; Frailty 2. Fifth race, Swift 1; Inverwick 2. Games To-Day. ITatiosai. League Pittsburcs at Chi cago; Clevelands at Indianapolis; Philadelphia at New York; Washington? at Boston. America:.- Association Loulsvllles at Baltimore; St. Louis at Phila...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 13 June 1889

tmexssrm W S?TV- f ' "WeV 1. " iirrf! :-r THE PITTSBtTBQ- DISPATCH, THUBSDAT, JUNE 13.. 1889 7, LIVE STOGK. Leading Features of Markets at the East Liberty Yards. CATTLE SUPrLY ABOVE DEMAKDS. light Enn of Sliecp and Lambs, Sufficient for Needs. tut HOGS HATE A FALIi AND EISE AGAIN OFFICE OF PITTSBUHG DISPATCH. 1 Wednesday. June 12, 1SS9. J The run of cattle this -week has been too stron" for the wants of trade. Receipts on Mondav were 75 carloads, and about fire loads bare come in since Monday. Of these a little more than one-half came from Chicago. Markets opened on Monday 510o lower than rates of last week, and closed strong at 10c lower. The only exception to this was good heavy stock, of which there were not more than two loads on the market. Heavy cattle have been down to bedrock for several weeks past. As there were few here this week theie was no chance In price. Prime heavy steers have come to be a rare quantity in East Lib erty yards for good and sufficient rea sons. Our ho...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 13 June 1889

y "t THE PITTSBTJBG DISPATCH, THURSDAY, JimB 18, 1889, TEE WORST, ONE WAY More Dead in Johnstown, Says Clara Barton, bnt Less Distress. HORRORS WHERE HEARTS BLED. How Sufferers From Cyclones and "Wars Attract Sympathy. A SOCIEII HAYIKG KINGS AND QUEEXS. Bow It His Extended, Even Into Turkey, and Eiraled the Star and Crescent. Clara Barton has seen, several times, a great deal more suffering than she sees in Johnstown. She has never been in the tnidst of so many dead before, however. Bhe gives The Dispatch an instrnctire talk on the great Bed Cross Society she represents. TBOM A STAFF COBBESPOXDEST.l Johnstown, June 12. One of the busiest women in Johnstown to-day is Hiss Clara Barton, President of the National department of the Bed Cross Society; bnt she nevertheless found time to cordially re ceive your correspondent and give him the following facts concerning the noble society she o worthily represents: "In the first place," said Mies Barton, "let me give you some little Wea of wh...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 14 June 1889

CbmhEmSS ' ?y - Me PBMa Mgmtfli WHAT DO YOU WANT? If it is anything in reason yon can obtain It .cheaply and quickly by advertising in The Dispatch columns. MY HEART'S DELIGHT, A charming novelette by LOUISB Stockton-, will be published in complete form in next Sunday's DisrATCH. Read it. FOBTY-FOUBTH YEAE. mm wram Sufficient Security for a IViere Trifle of a Dollars or So, FOR A COUPLE OF YEARS. Hie Governor Adopts a New. Plan to Baise a Fund Tor CLEANING UP JOMSTOTO. Philadelphia Bankers to Advance the Money, and Get It Again, Without -Interest, WHEN THE LEGISLATURE MEETS. The Governor Doesn't Admit His Former Scheme vu Unconstitu tional, Eat Says IT WOULD SET A BAD PEECEDEKT Governor Beaver has adopted a new plan to raise the necessary million or more dol lars to clear Johnstown's ruins away. He will not ask 200 citizens to sign a bond for the money and then borrow State funds on that bond. He has given his own word to Eeveral Philadelphia banks that they will be reimbursed if th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 14 June 1889

THE PITTSBUEG DISPATCH, FRIDAY, TUTtE U, 1889. I ALL SATISFIED. TJie Local Belief Committee's Lessened "Work. YESTERDAY'S CONFERENCE With Colonel Spangler Eesults in Harmonious Arrangements. WORK HERE WILL KOTBE STOPPED. The Ladles1 Committee at the Church In? terfered With. INCIDENTS AT THE HEADQUAETERS Commissary General Spangler, who come to this city for the purpose of holding a confer ence with the members of the Citizens' Belief Committee.metwith the Executive Committee of that body yesterday morning at 9 o'clock. There were present at the conference Chair man McCreery, and Messrs. Marvin, Miller, D. Robinson, Fnct and Dilworth, of the commit tee, and Colonels Spangler and Hill, for the State authorities. The conference did not last as long as might have been expected, considering the many little differences, thero were supposed to have existed. The talk was confined almost entirely to the question of rations for the sufferers. Colonel Spangler stated clearly what the con diti...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 14 June 1889

EjUg KHS "l$irvttr THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, PRIDAT, JTJOTS 14, 1889. ram BELLICOSE BKMOT. The People Living on That Gem of the Ohio Kiver Are Angry, AKD 1HEY ARE VERY AKGRY, TOO. Again Threatened With Neglect hy the Ohio Connecting Company. WERE THE KEFEESEKTATIYES BOUGHT? The owners of Brunot Island are mad. It is drawing it exceedingly mild to put it in that way tor tney are red hot and Btill heating, and the trouble is that they think they have been sold out. sacrificed in the interestof an electric railway companj. When the Ohio Connecting Railway Com pany began to talk about building its bridge, the island owners thought they saw an oppor tunity to connect themselves with Alle gheny City and the Southside, bo as to get something better than the step-child treatment they have been accustomed to for the last 18 or SO years. -So they proposed that The company should include some kind of a bridge that would answer to carry some kind of a motor railway from Preble avenue. Alle gheny,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 14 June 1889

THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, PKIDATT JUNE 14,' 1889. 1 MMfcl). ESTABLISHED FEBRUARY 8, 1846. Vol. 41, o. lJ"r. EntereC a; Pittsbnrg PostoBIce, "Novembers, 18S7, as second-class matter. Business Office G7 and 98 Fifth Avenue. News Booms and Publishing House75, 77 and 70 Diamond Street Avcraco net circulation of the daily edi tion of The Dispatch for six months ending Juno 1, 1SS9, 27,824 Copic per Issue. Average net rlrenlntlon of the Sunday edi tion of The Dispatch for Mar, lbS9, 47,468 Copies per Issne. TERMS OF TUB DISPATCH. FOSTACE TREE IV THE UNITED STATES. Bailt Dispatch. One Year f 8 CO Dailt DisPATcn, Per Quarter 2 00 Daily Dispatch, One Month.. , 70 Dailt DIEFATCU, Including fcunday, one J ear 10 00 i Dailt Dispatch, Including Sunday, per f quarter ISO fc Daiia Dispatch, Including Sunday, one f month 90 i ECNDAY Dispatch, one year 150 I Weekly Dispatch, one ear 125 The Dailt Di6rATCH Is delivered by carriers at J5cents per week, orlncludlngtheSundayeditlon, at SO cents per week. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 14 June 1889

.3' J . THE PITTSBUHG DISPATCH, FKIDAY, JTJNE U, 1889. 5 &?&& SMALLS IS SATISFIED. The Southern Colored Kepublican Given an Office at Last. PITTSBURG'S PUBLIC BUILDIKG. 1 Letter of Instructions Has Been Sent to Snperrisor Halone. QUAY'S CAKDIDATE GETS OKE PLACE rBTBCIAt TB-MBAJt TO Til DISPXTCn.l Washixgtox. June 13. The colored Bepublicans of the South were recognized to-day by the appointment of -ex-Congresss-jnan Robert Smalls, oi Beaufort, S. C, to the office of Collector of Customs at Bean fort This is supposed to offset in a way thewiurydoneto Smalls in depriving him of his seat in the Fifty-first CongreiR, -which was accomplished by the apathy of many Repub lican Congressmen, who secretly preferred a white man's Congress, and by the filibustering of the Democrats whenever an attempt was made to call np the case. There was absolutely no doubt of Mr. Smalls' honest election. His campaign and subsequent contest were exceedlnirlr expensive to him. and really took almo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 14 June 1889

6 THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, FRIDAY, JUNE 14, 1889. f THE? MADEA BLUFF, The Home Talent Troubled Anson Somewhat Lively. THEY WEAKENED BADLY. Ex-Umpire Decker Goes to Oklahoma to lie a Boomer. THE BABIES ON TOP AGAIff. Results of the American Association and Other Games. GEXEKAL BASEBALL KE WS OF THE DAI Gnmea Flayed Yesterday. CHICAGOS 9....PITTSBUEGS 8 CLEVELAJJDS i lXDIAJCAPOLIS.... 1 bostons. 7....washikgtons... 1 newyorks 3....phtladelphias. 2 baltwobes. 4.... louisvilles 2 Athletics 2.. ..St. Louis 3 BROOKLYN'S. 2....CrKCIKIfATI3 1 Colcmbcs 5.. .. Kansas Crrrs.. 4 Riverside Grays 15.... Oaklands 1 McKeespobts S....Unxostows;b S Scottdales 21.. ..Mt. Pleasaxts. 7 alaksfields 8....hamiltons 2 dattoss 7....whee1xnos 2 HAMILTON'S. 8....BUFFALOS 0 BYRACCSES 3....ROCIIESTERS 1 TOKONTOS.. lOSDOSB..., .. 15.. .. 10.. .TOLEDOS .Detboits Games To-Day. National League Pittsburgs at Indian apolis; Chicagos at Cleveland; Phlladelphlas at New York; Washlngtons at Boston. American Association Lo...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 14 June 1889

V, f rTCH, V r TpW? VT - COMMERCIAL ' NOTES. "Week's Transactions at the East Liberty Stock lards. CATTLE MARGINS OBLITERATED. Facts of Interest Concerning Soman ana Swiss Cheese. THE CONSminiOX YEARLY GROWING Office of nrrsBtrna DisrATcir, 1 TnrKSDAT. Jane 13, 1SS8. J . Through receipts of cattle are the smallest this week for years past The reason is obvious. The washouts on the Pennsyl vania railroads hare diverted a large amount of through stock to the New York roads. It appears tnat local demands hold up to the average. Toe quality ot cattle received this week bas not been up to the standard, and hence ihere lias been a decline of 10c per cwt on last week's prices, except for the few loads which met the requirements or our home hatchers. Smooth, batcher cattle from 1.200 to 1,300 pounds w ere in demand, and more of this kind than were on the maikct would have found ready sale at last week's prices. It will be Been by the accompanying report thathoj receipts were less than one-h...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 14 June 1889

THE PHTSBtTRG DISPATCH, FEIDAY, JTOTE 14, 1889. I ' r !V. i i LIE A PHGUX Destroyed Johnstown Begins to Bise From Its Bums. BESOLUTMS TO BESUME Adopted by Many Business Men, Upon the Promise of HastiDgs, WILE DENUNCIATION IS CHOKED And Howls Against the Governor ire Drowned bj Better Sentiments. ONE YEEI SIGNIFICANT GATHERING FROM A STAFF CORBESPOIfDEXT.l Johjtstowit, June 13. Oat ol the wreck of the fallen buildings, cut of the ashes of mag nificent structures, and, peeping up overlook ing the surrounding country, Johnstown will rise again to become one of the most flourish ing little cities in Pennsylvania. "What is considered to be the first step toward rebuilding the city and surround ing boroughs was taken this afternoon, at a meeting held in tbe Pennsylvania Kailroad freight station. Since the flood, nobody has had time to do anything save alleviate the dis tress of those who suffered by the bursting of the dam, and clear up the debris of tbe town. What they intended to do for...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 15 June 1889

EiHK53 NP- ff;T?-r W . ' . . Transient Advertisements, -X PB$tog Transient Adyertisemenfe RecelTeff . At tbe Branch Offices of Tixo JJlspatclx For tomorrow's i3sue up to 9 o'clock P. sr. For list of branch offices in the various dis trict see TH1KDPAGK. INCLUDING WANTS, TO LETS, FOR SALES. ETC., FOR TO-MOBROWS ISSUE Should be handed Ja at the main advertising office of The Dispatch, Fifth avenue, up to midnight. PORTT-FOTJETH TEAR. PITTSBURG, SATURDAY, JUNE 15, 1889 TWELVE PAGES. THREE w JiMttD J2ENTS r AGilfflEMM Colonel T. P. Roberts Makes a Critical Measurement of the Break FOR HIS OWN PLEASURE. He Will Beport to the En- gineers' Society That the Dam Broke BECAUSE IT OVERFLOWED. He Asserts that the Strength of the Lock Had Nothing to Do With It, OTHER EXPERTS DOFT THINK SO. The Engineering Eecord Says An Awful Responsibility Bests With Those Who Failed to HaTe A SPILLWAI THAT WA5 LARGE ENOUGH Colonel T. P. Roberts yesterday visited tbe broken South Fork dam. He Trill re port the ...

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

51 TEE PTTTSBITRG- DISPATCH, SATURDAY, JUNE 15, 188a' ?" l V ' BEC01ffiQUIET. The General Flood Belief Coni niittee is Besting, BUT IT TOLNOT DISBAKD. There Will be Work for Fully Three Months Yet. THE LADIES ARE STILL VERY BUSY Great Need for Women and Infants' Cloth ing of All Ends. BEQUESTS TOR BABIES TO ADOPT Yesterday was doubtless the dullest day in the history of the Executive Board of the Cit izens' Relief Committee. But comparatively little business was transacted, and that only of a most routine nature. The committee have nothing further to do with people who desire to enter Johnstown. No one can secure a pass unless he can show conclusively that he is a resident of Johnstown and is returning to his home, or IS employed to go there as a workman. It is expected that the committee will have so far concluded their work that they will be able to move out of the Chamber of Commerce rooms to-morrow night. In speaking of the contemplated removal. Ken ben Miller said: "Yes, we exp...

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