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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 18 June 1889

IQSBS bwvictW 3rf ssassgs- . ' 3 THE PITTSBURG- DISPATCH, TUESDAY, JTINE 18, 1889. fHE WATER TESTED. ?rof. Hugo Blanck Finds it is Not Verv Bad. IN OFFICIAL KEPORT MADE To the Department of Pntlic Safety Tinder Instrnctions of the Chief. SOME TEET IMEKLSTIXG FIGURES. Prof, Hugo Blanck. the chemist, -who has Seen mating an anaijsis 01 ub rittsuurg water supply for several days, concluded his sxpenmentu yesterday afternoon, and made the following report to the Department of PubUcWr r,,,,. tv the Hon O. Brown, chief or the Depart ment of PuMie ' of the city of Pittsburg. Dear Mii 1 hereby submit to Ton the analysis ofthewnKT of the Allegheny River ordered by , ou June 12, 1SS9, -with regard to the sanitary con dition River at Brilliant ater- works Hydrant near Hlland In section Avenue I'lttsb'g. of pump, Itcserv'r. Organic matter, fil tered 0551 .0438 .0033 Chlorine, filtered.. -CI4o 0I32 .!2o Sulphuric acid 1 .OttR) 0u38 Mtrlc acid Traces Traces Traces Mlrousacld Traces Traces Traces ...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 18 June 1889

WSbM ??rF ?f yggXaBj&W'fl rEJfK,' -.f THE PITTSBURG. DISPATCH, TUESDAY, JUNE 18, 1889. 3 i Wlje BsipMj. KSTABL1SHED FEBRUARY IMS. vot, No 131. EmcrcCatl'lttsbnrgrostoffice, November 14, 1SST. as second-cists matter. Business Office 97 and 09 Fifth Avenue. News Booms and Publishing House 75, 77 and 79 Diamond Street. Average net circnlatlon of the daily cdl tlon or The Dispatch for six month ending Jane 1, 1SS9. 27,824 Copies per Issue. Average net rlrcnlntlon of the Sunday edi tion of The Dispatch for May, 1SS9, 47,468 Copies per Issue. TEEJ1S OF THE DISPATCH. rosTACE fhee rx toe totted states. DAH.T Dispatch. One Year S 8 00 Daily Dispatch, Per Quarter 2 00 Dailt DisrATCH. One Month 0 Daily DifcrATCU, including Sunday, one year 10 00 Daily Dispatch, Including bunday, per quarter 2 50 Daily Dispatch, including Sunday, one month SO SUNDAY DISPATCH, oneyear 2 SO Weekly Dispatch, one ycar"t 1 25 The Daily Dispatch is delivered by carriers at llcents per week, or including the bunda...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 18 June 1889

-Csrt " K THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, TUESDAY, JUNE 18, 1889, iy&s STOPPED BY. STOEMS. 'Dr. Kiddle's Experience of the Great Pennsylvania Deluge, A EIDE BY BAIL THROUGH WATER, With Side Kotes of the Many EemarkaWe Scenes Observed. I10WABAILE0AD MET AN EMERGENCY There are few in church circles better known than Dr. Matthew B. Riddle, of the Allecheny Seminary. As has already been stated in The BisrATCH, the Doctor was one of those who had personal experience of the Johnstown storm. Ee has already told some of the Pitts burg papers part of what he saw, but a letter from him to the Hartford Couranl is so graphic that we quote it below: Allegheny, June 8. on rrlday morning at S o'clock I left Ktw York, lioplng to reach home about the same hour that enniug, by the Chicago limited on the Tennsyl laula ltallroad. On the Wednesday following (J une 5) about 3 r. M. IJarrlved at my house weary and saddened, but Drofoundly fcrateful that I got home and thai I had a home to get to. Though 1 was...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 18 June 1889

kkR WS?i -199 T?rwifl 'F"ii5piP S" . 6 THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, TUESDAY, JUNE 18, 1889. BECKLEHjIG HIT, Jake "Wins the Hoosier Series by a Corker. MAUL'S TWO .HOME ETJNS. A Kew Phase of the White Eowe Matter. and JUNE'S SUBURBAN POINTERS. Last Sight's Betting on tbe Big Eace at Sheepshead Bay. GENERAL SPORTING NLWS OP TBE DAI Games Played Yesterday. Pittsburgs. 8....Indianapous.... 7 Washtngtoi.s... 6.. ..Bostons. 2 B0ST0I.S l....WASniNGTOJ.8.... 0 CLEVELANDS-.... 7....CIIICAG0S. 4 BALTIJIORES 10....LOUTSVTLI.ES 6 BALTIMORES 10....LOUI&VILLES 0 Athletics 11... .St. Louis. i "Wheelings 6....Hamiltons 0 jlaskields 6 spring fields.... 5 londojs 4....ha3iiltons.ont. 3 ToRONTOS 4 BUFFALOS 1 r0chest2rs 3....toledos 2 Syracuse I....Detboits 0 Associntlon Record. l'cri Per Won.Lo-it.Ct. Won.Lost.CU Br, Loots 34 16 .CSO CInclnntls...23 15 .479 Athletics SO 16 .652 Kansas Cltys.. II M .447 llrooklyns 2) 18 6I7,Uolumbus 17 25 .405 Ualtlmores....26 II .M3 Loulsvllles.... 8 4! .160 Lengne Rec...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 18 June 1889

vu.WMWtuL j'iJ'aiiJJ.U BjE3E3EaffiE v i-rrw m Tr-T WfWp F 'r'Y&Zf '?9,T. - r"?'" :y. 'ffj THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, TUESDAY, JUNE 18, 1889J1 7 l INDUSTRIAL NOTES. Herr's Island Live Stock Markets Cattle a Sbade Lower. SUPPLY OF SHEEP ABOVE DEMAND. Edgar Thomson Steel Works Hade Great Eun Testerdaj. Its GEEAT DEMAND FOE BTEEL BAILS Office of Pittsburg Dispatch. MONDAY. Juno 17, 1SS9. j There were few encouraging features in the markets. Supplies were heavy and de mand was light. It was difficult to find an optimistic drover at Herr's Island. All re ported bard markets. The situation was entire ly in buyers' favor In all departments. Cattle. Drovers report a difficulty gettinE their own out of Chicago cattle. A small margin Is left for such stock as is adapted to .our markets, vir, smooth, light butcher cattle; hut for those of other grades there has been a loss to the dealer this w eck. The cattle dealer who comes out even on this week's transactions has done well. Some report loss...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 18 June 1889

mmmm tW-jiF rwp-i !SW rs 2ff ?4 f 8 THE PITTSBUKGr DISPATCH, TUESDAY, JUNE 18, 1889. !," .- M' H nW CF 7 'W- f.-i j j'iffi- COHEDSBD IN A CELL Peculiar Method of Punishment at Hampton Indian School. I CHAKGE HAS BEEN ORDERED. tthe President Enjojs His Little Trip Down the Billowy Baj. HE FOUND SOME TIME TO GO TO CHUECH Bom of the Ballon or the Wrecked TasdaUa are Enf ferlcf lorMontj. An investigation has been made into the manner in -which the Indian school at Hampton, Va., has been conducted. A punishment cell was discovered, -which is the reverse of -what it shonld be. President Harrison had a Very pleasant voyage down the bay. "Washington, Jnne 17. Some time ago the Bev. Dr. T. S. Childs, of this city, at the request of Secretary Noble, went down to the Hampton Indian School and quietly investigated complaints in regard to the management of the Indians which had been brought to the attention of tho Government. Dr. Childs' report, which has not yet been made public, was to the eff...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 19 June 1889

WA2CXS Of any kind can best bo satisfied by advertising in SPLENDID MEDIUM. the columns patch. FORTY-FOURTH TEAR. Bill Hffl TI BALLOTS. A Perfect Avalanche Descends Upon the Pro posed Prohibition Amendment. BEER IS DECIDEDLY Enormous Majorities Rolled Up for the Wet Side in Phila delphia and Allegheny Counties. BERKS ALSO TAKES A VERY BIG SLICE OF THE CAKE. Figures Showing the Majority For and Against the Measure in All the Counties ol the State. CHAIRMM PALMER IS 3V0T The Prohibition Chairman Thinks That Philadelphia's Big Majority of 93,000 Was Secured by ChicaneryAn Intimation That the Republican Party Will Bear Prom the Cold Water People in November Many Snrprises Shown by the Detailed Ee tnrns A NumberJ of Rural Counties Give Respectable figures in Fayor of the MeasureDemocratic Berks Gives Nearly as Many Anti-Amendment Ballots as There Were Toters in the County The Suffrage Amendment Seems to Have Also Met With Disaster Reports on It Are Incomplete, but Scarcely a County Eepor...

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

sasgkAe: SMiStKU iarMfrnriTfffiff 'Tsx T5: '$ww- 'W! spKS?F?P5fP ,' iFsaagMM t itv in the county to nearly if not altogether 5,000. It was a remarkable election day in every particular. The novel scenes and the many exciting episodes are fully related in the local columns. To the very last hour of Toting the Prohibition managers were buoy ant with hope. It was this that made their M " A. S. Zetlie, Secretary of the Constitutional Amendment Management. bravado so marvelous. And as this was an election in which estimates or gnesses were absolutely worthless, many people thought the temperance people had as much cause for hopefulness as the other side. Scat tered throughout Tub Dispatch's ac counts of the day are interviews with prom inent men of all sides, giving an epitome of public opinion on the result They are from both the victors and the vanquished. FIGUBES TELL IT ALL4 Kclnrns, Both bv Precincts and in the Lump by Wards 20,000 Against Prohibi tion in the Two Cities Half a Dozen...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 19 June 1889

'SsBKSSiMKyfSSfffSlapKTflfKT semmsm ;fwf 'JT W?r' y-w JT!f?sWt THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, "WEDNESDAY, JUNE 19, 1889. THE SHOD SPLITS, Jut Doesn't Quite Sever, on the Ques tion of a Here Form. JOMMON SERVICE, OR OLD ONE! hat is the Question That Agitated the Lutheran Brethren. I PLACID EVENING SERVICE, HOWEVER. After the opening or yesterday's lively session f the Lutheran Synod at the Trinity Lutheran Hiurch, Her. S. A. Holmes, secretary of the Board of Publication, read the biennial report if the board. It shows the net assets to be :5S,2M 16, and the sales $63,391 46 for the year sndrag March 3L The aggregate sales of Sun lay school periodicals for the two years was ibout 4.000,000 copies. Rev. Mr. Leveringhaus umplained of the lack of consideration given .o the education of German ministers during ie past two years. Dr. Baum claimed that the board was not jnpported by authors, and that work that mould be done by the board went to other printers. Then there was a squabble. Dr. Wolf a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 19 June 1889

KSfl r W 'WKft ' :aJBiJ'' fcjf "r. FS? 55S?f55lf7"W Mj'Krff TO!T'C: i:T5W''jp!g'PP 77' gjgsa Wlje Bippttl. 12STABL1SHED FEBRUARY g, 1S46. vol. 44, o.l!2. EntereCatrittsbnrgrostofflce, November 14, lbS7, as second-class matter. Business Offlce97 and 99 Fifth Avenue. News Booms and Publishing' House 75, 77 and 79 Diamond Street. Average net circulation or the dally edi tion of The Dispatch for six months ending Juno l,lSb9, 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 THE DISPATCH. POSTAGE TT.EE IN THE TTNTTED STATES. Daily Dispatch. One Year 8 00 Daily Dim-atch, rer Quarter 2 00 Daily Dispatch, One Month 50 Daily Dispatch, Including Sunday, one year 10 00 Daily Dispatch, including Sunday, per quarter. 250 Daily Dispatch, including Sunday, one month.... 90 ECJfDAY DisrATcn, oneyear 250 EEhLY Dispatch, one year. 1 25 The Daily Dispatch U delivered by carriers at )5cents per wceV, or including th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 19 June 1889

VPFP" 'r! rvwjr of! "fipWP 'WlJ,f5SiPIJlP(lpf J-r .S s?J K rPiJf'i" 1 THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, "WEDNESDAY, JUNE 19, 1889. THECEOMTEAGEDY Alexander Sullivan's Secrets Are to Be Given to the Grand Jury. M1VATE TELEGKAMS EXAMINED. A Host of Witnesses Are Called Upon to Give Their Evidence. FA1HEE DOEXEE PLACED IN THE BOX Chicago. June 18. The sensational in cident of the Cronin grand jury this morn ing was the refusal of "William E. Bell, of the AVestern Union Telegraph Company, to obey an order of the jury to produce mes sages passing between Alexander Sullivan, Dan Coughlin, P. O'Sullivan, John J. Maroney and G. W. Melville. Mr. Bell maintained that it was against the rules of the company to produce such messages and that the statutes of the State of Illinois ini X)scd a fine of $5,000 upon a telegraph company for disclosing the contents of any personal or business message passing over its lines. After all attempts to induce the witness to obey had tailed, the jury, headed by States A...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 19 June 1889

tgroaD s!9Bi6!fi ; r&w. Tf r!?TRl rff 1 SftytTZ; THE PITTSBURG- DISPATCH, "WEDNESDAY, JUNE 19, 1889. I' 'S Mr. Belmont's Gelding "Wins the Great Suburban. THEPUBLIC GOOD WKEBS Full Pedigree and Record of Tester day's Speedy Tictor. SALYATOE WINS THE TIDAL STAKE Eesults of the St. Louis and Kansas City fiaces. GENERAL SPOTTING SEWS OP THE DAT SOME GREAT HUXN1NG. Interesting Details of lion- Raceland Won the Die Race. ISrECXAX, TELIGKAU TO TILE DISPATCH. 1 New York, June 18. Fifteen thousand voices united in one mighty roar proclaimed August Belmont's Raceland the winner of the Coney Island Jockey Club's fifth Suburban Handicap run on their beautiful course at Sheepshead Bay. Raceland was a strong far orite at 8 to 5 against, with Terra Cotta second choice at 3 to 1 and Badge third choice at 6 to L The crush of Raceland and Terra Cotta money was something ap palling, but the bookies took eTery dollar of it, firm in the belief that history would repeat itself and that the favorite ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 19 June 1889

-aS - 1 THE PITTSBURG- DISPATCH, "WEDNESDAY, JUNE 19, 1889. FLOODS AND TRADE. Effects of a Calamity Upon General Prodnce Business. A YEEI POOR PROVISION MARKET. Chicago a Good Place Both to Bay and Sell Hog Prodncts. AN OPTIMISTIC TIEW OP THE FUTURE Office of Pittsburg Dispatch, 1 TUESDAY, June 18, 18S9. J While the wash-outs along the Pennsyl vania Kailroad have shut out some sections very valuable to Pittsburg's jobbing trade, a very extensive trade has been developed in some lines in the way of relief for sufferers. A representative of the canned meat industry reports unprecedented sales in hislmetothe Johnstown Belief Committee. The total sold by our firm." said he, "was 1,500 cases of corned beet and besides this, two carloads of dressed beef." The Relief Committee cleaned us out of our stock, and we hare not been as bare for years at this season as we are now." A leading cheese jobber talked in the same strain. Said he: "We shipped 200 boxes of cheese yesterday to Johnstown by...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 19 June 1889

CTBSH s?33w;; V i . h 8 ONE RADICAL BREAK. The Amalgamated Workers Cut Loose From Exclusive Skill TO TAKE IB ALL MILL WORKMEN. Eonghers' and Catchers' Wages and the Eight-Hour Turns. EEPOET OK E1BTEEK BOILEES' SCALE Yesterday's session of the Amalgamated Association Convention was the most import tint one since the opening day. It was decided to admit everybody who works in or around a mill into the organization. Heretofore only skilled workers were admitted, and the classes cot provided for were taken Into the Knights of Labor. The nut-makers and other workers were made eligible, and the common laborers can also come in; but there is a proviso in this. The men must be accepted by the lodges that control the mill. There will not likely be any objection to any of the men who apply for ad mission, and this will undoubtedly result in the disruption of N. T. A. 217. K. of It, which is composed of iron and steel workers who were not eligible to membership in tne A. A. of L&S.W. t BOU...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 20 June 1889

"WAISTS Of any kind can best bo satisfied by advertising in SPLENDID MEDIUM. the columns patch. POETT-FOUBTH YEAH. unmL Prohibition Leaders, After An alyzing the Returns of the Election, DECLARE THEY WILL FIGHT. CliairmanPalmerHas Stopped Thinking and Befers Ques tioners to Quay. THE IDES OF 1WYEMBEB Referred to in an Ominous Way by " All Prohibitionists Who Care to Talk. THE" AMIS' HAJ0B1TT 189,056. .Poll Tai Must let be Paid by Toters or by Somebody Who "Wants Their Totes. HIGH LICENSE SCORES A BIG POINT Official or other returns are in on the pro hibition amendment from every county, and are nearly accurate. There are some coun ties yet to be heard from on the poll tax and sufirage amendment, but every county but Philadelphia so far beard from bas gone against it Figures on both amendments follow, giving majorities for or against in each county: go COUA'TIES. Adams Allegheny Armstrong Beaver....... Bedford. J36r&s.sa a.ss . .... Klalr. Bradford Bucks Butler. , Cambria Cameron...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 20 June 1889

Vf .- V 'It it t- .. C-L ave cause to thank Judge White, and Jt may be done jet." YAGUE THEEATS MADE. Tub-Third Fart j Leaden show Their Teeth After the Republicans With it Sharp Stick Various Views Fi om ministers Father Shccdy Criticises Personali ties A Choice Symposium. The leaders of the prohibitory amendment movement in Allegheny City whilst admitting ' decided defeat are jet not cast down in despair. There are certain well defined rumors in the air concerning the organization of something very akin to a third party as another factor in local politics. It does not jet seem to be decided on what special lines this revival of an old idea will he formed, and con siderable difference of opinion exists as to whether this new force will be merely an or ganization to coaiesce with one or other of the old parties for the furtherance of prohibitory views, or whether it will be resolved into a distinct and definitely united prohibitory party. Its inception, it is said, will occur to-nig...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 20 June 1889

HJtT" Wwmff- :7-2" 'Sfjf-i Vfi f XjSV " " r SiW' -f fff &K smFi&T (" s js sf5S v "' ' ' THE PITTSBURG- .DISPATCH, THURSDAY; JUNE.. -20, 889, 3 i"3Pjpr '4& 1M BY MM "fOld Probs Considerably As tonished at the Downpour ?0F THE LAST FIFTY DAYS. Last May Broke the Local Eecord of Annual Eainfall. A COMPREHENSIVE TABULAE YIEW Western Pennsylvania Crops Are Seriously Endangered tj JToistnre 8T1TISTICS PKEGNANT WITH INTEREST Rain is a very nice thing in its way, but when it descends upon Pittsburgers 17 out of 19 days in June; when the male -population has to arm itself with umbrellas to the total exclusion of canes, and when the ladies take to wearing waterproots and mackintoshes, it will occur to the average citizen that the weather clerK is having altogether too much fun with the wet weather stop. Weather has been of the profoundest impor tance during the month of May and in June down to date on account of the Johnstown dis aster, the damage to Western Pennsylvania crops, an...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 20 June 1889

Bt2fiaSi wmamvBXssws fmM RS-VS5" klm!pg if- - l iff THE PrTTSBTJEO- filSPATOH, THURSDAY-, JtlHB' 20 - , .ytt,i,. $$ $$pfofj. ESTABLISHED FEBRUARY 8, 1S46. 1 Vol. 44, No. 133. EntcreC a: I'ltttburg rostoffice, November 11, 1&S7, as second-class matter. Business Offlce07 and QBFifthAvenue. News Booms and Publishing' House 75, 77 and 79 Diamond Street. Average Bet circulation of the dally edi tion or The Dispatch for six months ending Jnne 1.1SS9, 27,824 Copies per Issue. Average net circulation of (lie Sunday edi tion of The Dispatch for Slay. 1SS9, 47,468 Copies per Issue. TEK31S Or THE DISPATCH. POSTAGE TOEE IX THE CXITED STATES. DAttT DtSFATCIt. One Year f 8 00 DAtLT DisrATcn, Per Quarter 200 DAltrDtsrATCH, One Month TO Daily Dispatch, Including Sunday, one Tear 10 00 Daily Dispatch, including Sunday, per quarter S SO Daily Dispatch, Including Sunday, one month...... SO BCKbAY DiSPATcn, oneyear. 160 Weekly DiSPATcn, one year. 1 3 The Daily Dispatch is delivered by carriers at I...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 20 June 1889

Eag& KT'W y ' f i - T -' THE PITTBBITEG DISPATOS, f THUESDAT, JUNE ' 20, 1889. t -. gagaaa jBEGINS TO BRIGHTEN. 9 JUJew Johnstown to be Built Upon the Eninsof the Flooded City. jr .- THE RELIEF COMMISSION AT WORK. 'inCopanjWith Governor Beaver It In spects the Wrecked Taller. ALL COKTHCED Of TEE DIRE SEED. E.. Borne cf the Fund to be Derated to rarchasiaj Tenpo ?" rarj Houses. y GovernorBeaver and Lis Johnstown Be lief Commission yesterday inspected the ruins of the flood-swept town. They were veil satisfied that the reports from the de vastated district had not heen exaggerated. 'She Commission decided, after conferring with the local Finance Committee, to assist in rebuilding the town, thus helping the fcttrvivors to help themselves. IFBOH A STATF COIinESrOM)EXT.3 Johxstowx, June 19. The much-talked-of Belief Commission, which was created by Governor Beaver for the purpose or handling the funds for the alleviation of the distress ot the flood suflerers arrived t here this morn...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 20 June 1889

v " , " ,- THE PITTSBITRG- DISPATCH, t ' THURSDAY, TOIpvt 20, - 1889. IF B f TOIETHISTIME Clarkson Shows tlie Boys "Where They Are Wrong.' STALE! WAS A LITTLE WILD And the Home Talent Was Easily Laid Aside. " ' THEv BABIES BEAT THE GIAKTS. Ed Morris Will Trj to Puzzle tlie Bos tons To-Day. GENERAL BASEBALL SEWS )F THE DAT Games Flayed Yesterday. BOSTOKB 6....PITTSBUEGS. 1 INDIANAPOLIS.... 8....WASnntQT0XS.. 3 PUILADELPHIAS.. 14....CHICAG0S IS CLEVELANDS... 10.. ..NEW YORKS 0 Athletics C.-CoLtrsmrs 0. BB00KXYSS 9....BALTIMORES 0 SCOTDALES 15....KKYSTOKES.. 8 LONDONS 11....BUFFAL0S 7 STEACDSE 3....TOLEDOS 0 Detroits 5....ROCHESTEBS.... 2 liOUISVTLl.ES 9 McKEESPOHTS..- 1 Games To-Day. National League Bostons at Pittsburg; yew Yorks at Cleveland; Philadelphia at Chi cago; Washingtons at Indianapolis. f American Association Baltimores at Brooklyn; Colnmbus at Philadelphia; St. Louis at Louisville; Kansas Citys at Cincinnati International League Torontos at Hamilton: Detroits at Rochester...

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