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THE PITTSBUKG DISPATCH, THUBSDAT, JTTNE - 6, 1889.
RN VERY HARD LUCK,
Jasetoll Officials Discouraged
"filth Poor Success.
A KEW YOBKEE'S OPINION.
Gnsky's Sine Put Up a Forfeit for
iCLEYELAKD BEATS CHICAGO TWICE
Racing at St.
GENERAL SPORTING KEhS OF THE DAI
Game Played Yesterday.
iCLEVELAKDS 6 CHICAQOS..
Sew Yoeks 4....Washigtoj.s... 3
Bkooklyxs 4.. ..Kansas Citys... 2
baltixokes 12....cincinkatis 6
St. Louis 8.. ..Columbus 3
Athletics 11 Locisvilles....... 10
DETKOrrS . 4..HASIlI.T02fS 3
TOLEDOS 9....ROCHESTKBS 0
SCOTTDALES 11....J1CKEESPOB.TS.... 3
llAXSFIKLDS. 7....WHEELIKGS 5
National League Pittsburgs at. Cleve
land. Indianapolis at Chicago, New Yorks at
Boston, Washingtons a Philadelphia.
America association Cincinnatis at
i Baltimore, LonisviIIesat Philadelphia, St. Louis
at Columbus, Kansas Citys at Brooklyn.
! Bostons. 23 7 .767'11ttsbnrcrs...l3 18
KilladelphlasZ) 13 .600 Chlcacos 14 20
; C1ereltd6...-J0 14 .583 Indlananalls 10 21
B2ew lorks...iS 14 .5G3i ashlngtons 6 13
Won.Lost-rt.' Won Lost.Ct.
85t. Louis .29 12 .707 Kansas Cltys.. 20 20 .800
:Urooklnjs 23 IS .605IClnclnnatl...?l 21 .500
Athletics 19 15 .559 Columbus 15 24 .3S5
Baltlmores. ...-J1 18 .526 Loulsvilles.... 8 31 .JC5
At St. Louis First race: St Leger.l; Lucy
P, 2. Second race: Hindoocraf t, 1: Bravo, 2.
Third race: Terra Cotta, 1; Los Angeles, 2.
Fourth race: Roman, 1: Pinkie T, 2. Fifth
ace: Stoney Montgomery, 1; Comedy, 2.
At Jekome Paiik First race: Blue Rock, 1;
Jay F. Bee. 2. Second race: Eric, 1; Zepbyrus,
Third race: Belinda, 1; Ortd, 2. Fourth
trace: Paradox, 1; Phoebe, 2. Fifth race: Major
Homo, 1; J A B, 2. Sixth race: Maia, 1; Bip-
Ton,2. berenth race: Frank Ward, 1; Bess, 2.
IX THE BACKGROUND.
iRain and Excitement Bisconrocine the
Baseball was never so far in the back-
ground in this part of the country is it is
dow. Popular as the national game is in
I Western Pennsylvania few people can find
time to talk or read about it just now amid
Ithe excitement of the Johnstown disaster.
long with this dreadful cause tbvzs&eT
has also conspired to make th business still
oore depressed. Out of for games sched-
Jed Indianapolis has only been able to plav
one here. Suddenly it see js as If a similar de
pressed state is existing 1 other League cities.
land as a result the cenfral receipts are below
those of a correspondin; penod for last year.
Manager Bancroft, ' I the Indianapolis club.
Is. s. conversation yet tcrday said that the popu-
lax enthusiasm in-t)-e game, is still as great as
fever and probaulyJgTeater. but the weather so
pxar has been so wretched that people could not
JEet out to see tbo cames. Secretary Scandrett
feaid that Pittsburg is getting along wretchedly.
aiAXTiieo'S VIEW OF IT.
Regarding the prospect in the East, Mr. J.
. aiantueo.c'of iewl ork. writes to this naner
pSew York club's managers have no
lurcher doabt hut thlt June 10 will see the
grid's champions and the Boston club wrest
ing for Tictoryat the Pologrounds. The prop
erty owners are no longer opposed to the New
tork club playing there, and cne of them says
Ktbat, although there may have been a few
Itoughs about that part of the town when the
vew Yorks played there, it was a hundred per
Jcent worse after they left, audit became simply
unbearable. The fact that a morement was on
Iawoav Fc" " -Acvf 4.V1JU uat, t,w iuc xuiu
SJouDds has leen known for many days and
a....A.. .ulY B ... . I.A. tuna. 1A. t .
' V Ul , CUB UIU ik tlAO imU JtCpb IU1CU
A DESIBABLE CHANGE.
It is a good thing that the club will not be
E compelled to play ont the season on the Island,
cimDly because had they to remain there it
rould have cost them any chance that they may
bare for winning the championship. The rea
son of this is shown in a little talk which your
correspondent had with pitcher Welch the
other dar. MicLev sat near the r.lnhlinnK m.
trance. The usual good-natured smile played
about bis lips.
"I tell you what it Is," said Mickev, "this
place will do any hall olayer un. and I can tell
you that we will have to hare a few more men
ii we expect to do anything. After pitching or
playing in a game down here, the strong sea air
stiffens you up so that you lose all ambition. I,
for one. can say that one or two. at the Tery
most, is all the games that I could pitch down
here in any oneweec The whole team is jut
the same way. and not a few would be broken
np ii tney can to stay cere."
The attendance at the Staten Island mmn
lias fallen off to almost nothing, and the club is
not paying expenses. At the last Chicago
I came tnere was a slight increase in attendance,
but it was by far less than anv Chicago irame
ever played in the upper part of this city.
BEOOEXYN IN Z.VCK.
The Brooklyn club is making a barrel of
noney. The good showing that the team made
Ion its Western trip has set all the cranks in the
City or Churches crazy, and the Washington
Park grounds are almost too small to hold the
The feeling in this city that the New Yorks
Iwill yet win the championship by playing at
Ithe Polo grounds is still Tery strong, and it is
K&rgued that as the club is now in a better posi
tion than they were a Tear airo. and that thrv
Tdld not beginto play winning ball until late in
(June, there is no reason why they should not
do so this season.
STILL IN HARD LUCK.
Rain Stop Another Game Between Fitts-
bnrff and Iodiannpoli.
ain once more prevented the Pittsburgs and
Indianapolis teams from playing yesterday.
Both nines were on the grounds,but a few min
utes before starting time arrived the rain began
to fall The grounds were not in good condi
tion to start with and the rain soon made It so
muddy and slippery that playing on them was
impossible. Managers Bancroft, Phillips and
President Nimick had a brief conference and
tthe game was declared postponed. It will
be plajed off in connection with a regular
game some afternoon during the next visit of
.here were between sou ana 3U0 people pres-
ent, about 20 being from Latrobe to see
pitch, xne LatroDeites were disappointed.
bowever, and they demonstrated the fact
The Indianapolis team left for Cnicago dur
Ing the afternoon and the local team will leave
If or Cleveland this morning.
A LONG ARGUMENT.
It Took the Phillies Eleven Inning to Beat
(Boston, June 6. It took 11 innings for the
'billies to defeat the Bostons to-day. It was a
slilendid, hard-foncht contest. Score:
LAD'A. B B P A Xi
BOSTONS. B B F A X
KWodU.l..... 1 0 S 0 0
Brown. 1.. . 0 0 2
lUcratots, c 0 1 s 0 0
fforartr. m. O 1 2 0 0
Johnston, in 1 3 2
Kcllv, r.icl 2 6
Kronlbers,l. 0 0 10
lUchd's'mi. 0 2 5
.Nash. 3 0 13
.Thompson, r 0 1 1 0 0
iMulveyAs... 1113 0
JFarrar, 1 ... 0 1 12 1 0
lrmn-sa.... 1 12 3 1
Quinn. s.. 111
14 2 -0Uaszel.cr 0 2
10 10 Maddea,p... 1 2
ICssey, p.l 1
S 8 22 10 I' Tout 4 13 3011 4
tix-uel Jul by batted ball.
Rv- . '
I'hlladelphl&s 0 400000000 1 -S
Bostons T. .'...".0 l o in -z oorro x
Earned rnns Phlladclphlas. fe Bostons. 2.
Two-base lilts MuKey. Johnston. Kelly.
sacrifice lilts Clements, llallroan, Casey.
btolen bates Bron n, 2; 2ash, Uantell, Wood,
Double plavs-Blchardson and Broulhcrs, 2.
Urst biseon ball,-iirown, Uroutliers, 3; Mash,
Blchardson. V ood. S; Kogarty. ?
Hit by Ditched hall Thompson.
struck out Kcllr. S; Uaazel. Irwin. 2j Casey.
Tline or game fwo Lours andfi minutes.
Umpire M ceden.
Alter Three Attempt the Giant Beat the
Washington, June 5. The New York team
after three attempts finally defeated tbeSena
tors this afternoon in a rather tiresome and un
interesting game. Score:
WAEH'TOV. It B P A E
X72WTOEKS.B B F A X
Wtlmot, 1... 1
llov. Ill 1
Mack, Tic. 1
Myers. S .... 0
Morrill. 1... 0
Sweeney, 3.. 0
Shock, s .... 0
Clark, c ... 0
Pearson p... 0
Enrlght, r... 0
Core, m 113 0 1
Ticrnan.r... 0 0 0 0 0
0 0 0 I 0
1 2 I! 0 0
10 3 3 1
0 12 0 0
0 0 3 11
12 4 10
10 0 3 0
Hatfield. 3 ..
Totals 4 717 9 3
..0 0 0
..0 1 2
10 0 0 2 03
0 1 0 0 0 4
Karned run Washingtons, 1; cwTorks, 1.
Two-b-i.se hit lioy.
Three-base lilt Con Murphy.
Stolen bases Wllmot, Connors.
Double play Fearson and Sweeney; Hatfield.
Blciiardson and Connors.
irst base on bnlls-Off 1 earson, 2; off Welcb,3.
Hit b pitched ball Connors.
Struck ont Kr 1 earson, 3; by Welch, 4.
Passed balls-Clirt, 2; Murphj, 1.
Sacrincc hits Mvers, TIcrnan.
Time One honr and 5 minutes.
Umpires Curry, V, lsc and George.
THE BABIES WON TWO.
They Beat Anson and Bi Boy br Better
All Bound 1'lnjlnc.
Chicago, June 5. In two games to-day the
CIcTelands outplayed Chicago at every point.
Ryan'swork at short, and a magnificent catch
byVanHaltern of McAlecr's long fly, clear
against the field fence, was the only exceptional
work for Chicago. For Cleveland, Twitchell
and Radford's work with the stick. Strieker's
second base play.Zimmcr's fine throws to bases,
shutting out runners, and McAlecr's running
catth were the features of the day. Attend
ance 4.200. Score for second game:
clevela'd i s r i i
CHICAGOS. E B P A E
btricter. 2. 0 1 8
McAleerm. 12 2
McEean. s.. 1 2 1
Twitchell, L 1 4 2
Faatz. 1... 2 19
Badford. r.. 1 3 I
lf.beaa, 3 .. 0 0 0
Zimmer, c... 0 0 3
O'Brien, p.. 0 0 1
Burns. 3.. ..
2 0 9 1
0 2 0 1
3 0 0 0
012 1 0
0 0 0 0
0 3 11
14 2 2
0 2 4 1
Totals 6 13 27 19 7
5 824 18 6
3 0 2 0 0 0 S
2 0 1 0 6
Earned runs CMcssros. 3: Clevclands. S.
Two-base hit Iwitchell.
Home run Badford.
btolen bases JlcAlecr, Badford, Stricter.
Double piavs JUcKean and Faatz.
First base on balls btricker, O'Brien, Tebeau,
Pfeficr, Anson, Burns, VanHaltren, Duffy. Byan.
Hit bv pitched baU Anson, FarrelL, bommers,
Struck out Hutchinson. 1.
lime One hour and 50 minutes.
THE POSTPONED GAME.
HIcAIeer Slakes a Home Run and Beats
Chicago, June 5. The Chicago-Cleveland
postponed game of Saturday was played this
afternoon beginning at 2 o'clock. The play of
Ryan and McKean at short for bo'h clubs was
brilliant. Cleveland did not get on to Dwyer's
delivery until the fifth when they batted out
four runs and in the sixth one more. Chicago
tied the score in the eighth by earning two
runs. In the tenth Cleveland having two men
Sjout and Chicago one in the lead McAleer hit
loinonrbas.es, taking a run in with him ana
winning uie garner uiuenuauce o.ouul ocore;
cmcAGos. kb nil
CLtVELA'DS B B P A E
Bnrns, 3. ..
2 2 4
2 2 0
0 0 6
0 0 0
r McKean. s.
Badford. r. -
' Tebeau. 3...
0 Basely, p..
6 929 18 3 ToUls.
Two men out when winning run was made.
Cblcagos 0 30000020 16
Cleveland! 0 00401000 2-7
Earned runs Cliicagos, 3: Clevelands, 4.
Two-base hits Byan, Darling, Van Haltren,
Home runs Duffy, McAleer.
Double plays Faatz, unassisted; Dwyer, An
Passed balls Snyder. 1: Darling, L
-Time One hour and 50 minutes.
Umpire butU van.
FOR THE JOHNSTOWN SUFFERERS.
Scottdale Beat aicKeesport In a Very One
The Scottdales beat the McKeesports yester
day in a onesided game at McKeesport. The
borne team was weak because of the absence of
Its best players. The proceeds were for the
benefit of the Johnstown sufferers. Rain inter
fercd with the attendance. Score:
M'KEESP'T E B r A ElSCOrTDALE IB ril
0 Cargo, c...
0 bmlnk, s...
01 Martin. 1...
3 Uar'ton, m
Totals ... 3 5 27 11 13 Totals.... 11 9 27 12 8
McKeesports o 0
0 0 5 10 3 11
scouaaies l l
urnea runs scouaaies. 2: Jlcheesports, 2,
I wo-base hits Miller, 3"orreyson. Congo.
Stolen bases Miller. Torreyson, ProTtns 3,
Leamon. MUlbce, Blnehart, Manlfee, Harrington,
THE INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE.
tSPECIAI. TELEGRAM TO THE DISPATCH.!
Buffalo, June 5. Toronto-Buffalo and Lon-
.don-SyracuSe games postponed on account of
DetrolU 12000001 0-4
Uamlltons 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 0-3
Toledos 4 0 0 10 3 09
Bochesters 10 112 0 00
TlieBochesters objected to the umpire's de
cision and the game was called against them.
Brooklyns J 0 10 0 0 0 2
Hanas tl.Tg 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0
Base hits Brooklyns, 5- Kansas Citys, 8.
Errors Brooklyns, -3; Kansas Citvs, 3.
Pitchers Carrutbers and bullh an.
Baltlmores 1 5 110 2 2 0
Cincinnati;, 1 3 0 0 0 0 0 0
Base hlts-Baltlmores. 12. Cincinnatis. 8.
Errors Baltlmores. S Cincinnatis, 10.
Pitchers Kllroy and Mullane. .
Columbus 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0
St. Louis 1 0 3 0 0 0 0 0
Base bits St. Louis, 8: Columbus, e.
Errors fet. Louis, .3; Columbus, 0,
Pitchers Baldwin and King.
Athletics. 2 13 0 2 0 10
Loulsvilles 0 3 2 0 3 110
Base hits Athletics. 11; Loulsvilles, 12.
Errors Athletics. 5: Loulsvilles, 8.
Pitchers e) hlng and btratton.
MansBclds 0 0 0 0 0
, ,i.tiu.,B. ...... ...... ......i u v v u u a o u a
Batteries Burchard ami Fltzslmmons, Hydlnger
Base hits Mansfields, 4. Wheelings, S.
Errors Mansflelds, 2; heelings, 6.
SOME GOOD EACLNG.
Terra Cotta Win the Ellvrood Percheron
Stnkcs at 8r. Louis Bannal Injures
Herself and I Scratched Other Tarf
St. Louis, June 5. The mean, disagreeable
weather of yesterday was succeeded by perfect
racing weatHer to-day. The air was cool and
bracing, and tbe sun's rays were not too violent
for comfort. The track was good.
First race, six furlongs, for all ages St. Ledger,
111 pounds, J. J. Johnston, 2 to 1, first; Lucy P.
101. Atkinson, 8 to 1. second; Glrondes, 11L Cov
ington, 8 to A telrd. Time, 1:16. The others
finished In this ord-r: Tbe Elk, 10C, Barnes, 10 to
1; Helena, 112, Overton, 20 to 1; The Deacon, JOS,
MovaL 5 to 1; Mrs. McAllster, 106, HoUls, 20 to 1;
Catoosa. ICG. odeu, 20 to 1: Gov. Boss, 1U, L.
Jones, SO to 1; Pontoon, BM, Sloan, 60 to 1.
Glrondes made the running to tbe stretch, where
St. Ledger came through and won handily by a
length. Lucy P second, ahead In front of Ulron-
to L third. Tlme.l:l4. Tbe others finished: Irene
12k Corbett, 2a to 1: Virginia 92, Thompson, 20 to
l; Gaiollne CS, Covington, 25 to 1; Splnnette 12,
Sloan. lOtol; Prather 103, Stovaltls to 1; Lotion
107, Taral, li to 1: Glocfcner 107. Chase. 20 to 1;
Fredcrlaa 1C Overton. 15 tn 1; Susie F 93, Yan
kurcn. SO to J: Cams 113, J. Johnson. 30 to 0.
Before the start liannal strni t herself and was
scratched. All bets were declared off and 20 min
utes Riven for a new boot, buslo F and Pratber
alternated until well into the stretch. whcnHln
ducraftand Brivocaine through, the former win
ning by half a length. Entrv was a length back.
Third race, illwooo rerencron states, for all
ounds, ilcLaufjulIn, 10 to 2, first: Los Aaccles.
ikiurpuy. J i" "i cuuu. .juiik run was
trh lime. 2:101. The race merits no de
scription. Terra Cotta KOt off in front. Increased
his lead even step of the way and won pulled
double, by four lengths.
Fourth race, selling, purse, for2-year-o!ds. five
lurlongs Boinau 113 pounds, Covington 4 to 1
first. Pinkie T OS, Barnes even money second, In
dian Princess 1UC Stoval3tolthlrd. Time, lrtH(.
3 he others finished as follows: Queer Toy 100,
Coleman 10 to 1; 1 est Anna 97. boden 10 to 1; Last
Chanel! 110, Fenix 10 to l: Miss Blonde 107, Free
man 8 to 1: Sequence 100, Taral 10 to 1. Queer loy
and Pinkie T made tbo running to the stretch,
where Boman headed them, and. In a driving
finish won by hair a length. Pinkie T was second,
a head In front of the Princess third.
Tne last race or the day was the Carriage
Builders' handicap, one mllo and a furlong
Money .Montgomery, 102 pounds, G. Covington. 8
to 1, first: Comedy, 1H, Hollls. 10 to 1. second;
Bonlta. 100, Stoval, 4 to 1, third. Time, UHi.
incomers nnisucc: cirincwar, lib, iarnes, a too;
Bex, 112, Cochran, 8tol; Boaster, 92, Stevenson,
10 to 1 Coinedr made all the miming until a fur
long from home, where btouey Alontgomerr came
out ortbc track and won by a length, half aiength
between second and third.
At Jerome Park.
Jehome Pabk, June 5. A good day and a
First race, three-quarters of a mile Starters:
Lucy n, Bowland, 1'er.lmmons, Trlfler, Blue
Bock, Jay F. Dec, Little Barctoot. Blue Bock
won In 1:1S), Jay F. Dee second. Persimmons
Second race, one and three-sixteenths mUes
Starters: Zephyrus, Eric, The Forum. Eric won
iu2.CC, Zephyrus second.
Third race, L400 yards Starters: Grenadier,
Ovid, Ocean. Belinda. Belinda won, Ovid second.
Grenadier third. Time, 1.23.
Fourtn race, four and a third furlongs btartcrs:
Civil Service, Canteen, Bancocas, John Atwood,
Paradox, Homeopathy, Cara ilia. Phoebe, Viva.
Paradox won, Phoebe second, Batfcocas third.
Fifth race, one and one-sixteenth miles Start
ers: JAB. Major Dorao, Vivid. Jlator Domo
w on, J A B second and lvld third. Time, 1 :ii
bixth race, one mile btartcrs: Crusader, Urst
Attempt, J.J. Healy, Anomaly, ilala, Wynwood,
Deception, Unitah, Blpton, Hot bcotch. ilaia
won. Bipton second, Wynwood third. Timc,l:46X.
beventb race, one mile btartcrs; Falcon. Bess,
Frank Hard, Larcbinont. I rank Ttard won In
UVU, Bess second, Larchmont third.
Three Useful Books.
A. G. Spalding & Bros, have forwarded to
this office an elegantly bound "Reporter's Score
Book." It is arranged so as to meet all the de
mands of the new rules, and the baseball pub
lic interested in scoring should not be without
in Along with the book are the samo firm's
"Minor League Baseball Guide" and "Spald
ing's Guide of Athletic Sports." The two last
named little works are useful and trust
worthy. They Pat Up the Cash.
To the Sporting Editor orThe DisDatcn:
We hereivitb hand you the sum of S20 to bind
a match with Kaufmanns'nine for $100 (open
f or $250 a side. The only way for Kaufmanns
to show that they are not engaged in the little
game of bluff is to cover this deposit. They've
called ns and we stand "pat." Let them an
swer with money at once or forever hold their
peace. Guski s Nine.
The Babies are still getting there.
The UcKcesports and the Homesteads play
on the grounds of the former on Saturday.
The Duquesnes and the Keystones will play
two games at 'Cycle Park to-aay for the benefit
of the Johnston n sufferers.
The White Caps, of Johnstown, have organ
ized and want to play anv junior club. Address
P. Devme, Linden Steel Works.
The Little Tycoons have organized and want
to play any team whose members are not over
13 years old. Address Ed. McLaughlin, 63
The Beaver Grays, of Beaver, want to plav
any club whose members are not more thin 17
years of age. Address Beaver Grays B. B. C,
P. 0. Box 121, Beaver, Pa.
The Volunteers, of the Southside, want to
play any clubs whose members are not more
than 14 years old, the St. Pauls preferred. Ad
dress P. Mullany, Jr., 607 Cabot way.
Donovan easily won the Eoglish Derby yes
terday. Tom Wabd, of Cincinnati, and Bert Shea, of
Wheeling, are matched to fight to a finish near
Wheeling on Saturday night.
GREAT DAMAGE OX THE POTOMAC.
Mile of Telegraph Pole Down, and Many
Farms Laid Waste.
ITBOM A STAFF L0EKESPONDXNT.1
Johnstown, June 6. Mr. Vf. H. Keech, of
Pittsburg; who came with the train from Phil
adelphia, said that Mayor Fitler had personally
started the relief train and accompanied it for
several miles out of the city. Mr, Keech had
left Pittsburg last Friday for Washington. He
said that tbo valley of the Potomac was in a
terrible state of devastation, all the way from
Harper's Ferry to Hancock. For 60 miles all
telegraph poles along the line of the Baltimore
and Ohio Railroad were blown down.
Farms were swept to the ground and the
crops were completely pulled out of the ground,
giving the country the appearance ot a barren
waste for miles and miles. The damage to
property, Mr. Keech stated, is not to be esti
mated, and at nearly every station he beard of
the loss of human lives. Bridges were torn
down and trees were uprooted for miles.
SECRET SOCIEHES ORGANIZED.
They Fit Up Headquarters and Prepare to
Take Care of Their Own.
trnoa: A staff conEESroDia.T.1
Johnstown, June 5. Various secret socie
ties have headquarters in Johnstown, Morrell
villeand other neighboring towns. They are
well organized and taking care of their own
people wherever found. The morgue in the
Presbyterian church is in charge of L. L.
Green. Twenty bodies were recovered and de
posited in this house of worship.
Toward eveniug the bodies of Prof. Gal
lagher; a little girl, unknown, hut wearing a
truss; two charred bodies, unrecognizable, and
Mary Kinney, were found and put in the
church. Tbe basement of the church is full of
rubbish and driftwood. Upstairs, where the
bodies are cleaned, the floor, like the other
morgues, is slimy and oozy. One can almost
swim in the filth. Israel.
Work by Allegheny Officials.
The Allegheny Health Committee met last
night. Dr. Gilliford, the representative of the
city who had been sent to Johnstown in the
Interests of the health of the city, reported
having done much work with the four in
spectors that had gone there with him. The
doctor reported having attended to many sick
and injured and directed the inspectors to burn
dead animals found at the place. This he
thought was a good precautionary measure
and he suggested that three more men be hired
and sent there at once, which will be done to
aay. Johnstown' First NatlonnI Bank.
Washington, June 5. The Controller of
the Currency this morning received a tele
gram from Postmaster Bauemer.at Johnstown,
saying that the First National Bank of that
city is flooded, but expressing a belief that the
funds are safe. The cashier of tbe bank is
dead, and the president is among tbe missing.
This telegram was in response to an inquiry as
to the condition of the bank.
No Lives Lost at Phllllpsburff.
Ttkone, June 5. There were no lives lost
and no property destroyed at Phillipsbnrg. We
only hear of but one life lost on the Tyrone and
Clearfield Railway and that of a lady at Clear
field last Friday evening. I do not think over
three lives were lost at Lock Haven.
Headache nnd Dyspepsia.
William E. Rockwell. No. 512 West Fifty
seventh street, New York, says:
"I have been a martyr to bilious headache
and dysnepsia. Any Indiscretion in diet over
fatigue or cold brings on a fit of indigestion, to
be followed by a headache lasting two or three
davs at a time. I think I must have tried over
20 different remedies, which were recommended
as certain cures by loving friends, but it was no
use. Like the Irishman, I got no better very
fast. At last I thought 1 would take a simple
coure of purgation with Brandreth's Pills. Fof
the first week I took two pills every night, then
one pill for 30 nights; Jn that time I gained
three pounds in weight and never have bad an
ache or pain since."
FrrrsBUBG, June 6, J839.
The United States Signal Service officer in
this city furnishes the following.
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Mean temp 68
Maximum temp.,.. 61
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1-00 p. u TMInlmum temp.
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A LTTILK BOY BABY.
A YOUNG MAN about SO years.
A MAN about 40 years. ,
MRS. SAM EENHART. V
MRS. CATHARINE KEIFLING. .
HARYKIEFLING, i -
MRS. CONRAD SNABLE -
A LADY, mangled face. -4
YOUNG LADY about 20 years.
TILLIE FECHTNER. .
ELIZA JONES. , f
JOHN C. REIDOL. '
A MIDDLE-AGED WOMAN.
A MAN. '
M. J. MURPHY.
CHRISTOPHER FTTZHARBIS. v
MRS. JOHN A. KEIPER.
J ASIES LEWIS.
Fifty houses were washed out at Mineral
Point, 19 persons are reported dead. Among the
lost at this place were:
MR. GRUMBLING, wife and five children.
ABE BYERS and his mother, MRS. BURK
Lost at Wood vale:
MISS MAMIE HANNON.
JOHN and WILL CONRAD.
MRS. BARLEY ana five children.
MRS. ED BURKHART and three children.
D. J. JANES and daughter.
MRS. ROBERT NIXON and three children.
JAMES STANFIELD, wife and several chil
dren. J. SCHRYS and wife. x
MRS. DR. DUNCAN.
MR. and MRS. POTTER and daughter
W. H. ROSENSTIEL.
BLANCHE ALLESON. "
MRS. TOM BARBOUR and 6 children.-
THE MISSES BAKER,
MRS. ECK and 2 children.
MRS. BRACKEN and 6 children,
MRS. REPP and her father-in-law,
GILLINDER FAMILY, i persons.
MRS. E. ELDRIDGE and 2 children.
MRS. E. J. BURKHART and 1 child.
The population of Woodvalo was about 1,000
and it is estimated over one third were
drowned. Two Mercy Sisters are supposed to
have been lost on the day express.
The Reliel Committee Meet and Organ
izes AM Cnsh Received to be Placed
in PittsbnreBanks Only S20,.
000 on Hnnd at Present.
TFEOM A STAFF COBRESPONDEJfT.1
Johnstown, June 5. Director J. B.
Scott and the rest of the members of the
Belief Committee held a meeting to-day, for
the purpose of determining how the contri
butions are to be distributed. The commit
tee organized with J. McMillan Chairman,
Cyrus Elder Secretary, "W. C. Lewis Treas
urer, and J. B. Koberts Assistant Treasurer.
The first subject entered on ior discussion
was the question of paying the men for the
work they are doing. It was stated that
there were many men who refused to be
paid for their work, but inasmuch as they
were in the minority it would be better to
engage men and pay them for the work.
The committee at once issued an order, in
which they stated that all payments of
wages shall be made on an order signed by
the treasurer, and countersigned by the
chief clerk of the Auditing Committee. It
was also decided that all orders approved
by Director J. B. Scott shall be duly paid.
Balancing the Cah.
Mr. Lewis, the treasurer, then balanced
the cash contributions actually received by
the committee either in ready cash Or drafts
or checks. Counting it up, the figures
amounted to $20,000. Mr. Lewis wanted to
tnow whether the committee intended to
keep the money on hand or deposit it in a
bank. After some discussion a proposition
was made suggesting the advisability of
placing it with several banking institutions
and draw the cash as it was required. This
advice was adopted, and a resolution was
passed to divide the money among the
different banking institutions of Pittsburg,
to be drawn out by the treasurer and assist
The next question was how to distribute
the money among the sufferers, but it was
suggested that it would be wiser to postpone
that matter for the present, simply because
the people have no immediate necessity for
ready money- The people
Conld Not Spend Any Money
at present anyhow, and they have plenty
to eat and places to sleep, which under the
circumstances is all they can require. This
is what one of, fhe members said, and the
committee thereupon decided to defer the
decision regarding the distribution of money
until tne next meeting.
Mr. Lewis, the treasurer, stated that the
$20,000 contributed so far represented the
amounts sent to the committee from the
smaller towns and the villages of the State.
"The money collected from the contributors
of Pittsburg," he. said, "has not been sent
us yet It is held by the committee estab
lished in Pittsburg for the purpose of re
ceiving the contributions."
- OHIO BADGES WORN.
The Generosity of the Buckeye nnd the
Promptness of Their Governor Sig
nificantly Remembered at
rFIEOX A STAFF COBKESPONDENT.3
Johnstown, June 5. Camp Conemaugh
is located at Buttermilk Falls. They have
about 100 tents there, and will put npjnore
as they are needed. Adjutant General Ax
line, of Ohio, is one of God's own people.
The generosity of the people of this State is
so marked that many men are going around
wearing Ohio badges for the sake of being
classed with these people. Governor For
aker responded to the appeals for aid before
Governor Beaver heard of the flood, and the
tardiness of the latter to render assistance is
the subject of universal comment here.
There are a few kickers in town, men who
expect to get Monongahela House accom
modations here, and who'are mad if they
don't have them, but the number of such
men is small. The reporters have been
sleeping in hay lofts, on the floors of houses,
in cars ana sometimes they don't sleep at
all. This was true in the first days of the
disaster, but tired nature can endure no
more without sleep, and a few winks are
welcomed under any conditions.
The Widow Coke, of "Woodvale, was
carried to Sandy Vale Cemetery three and a
miles away, and taken out alive. A dog
clung to her hair and the animal was
rescued with her, but he had nearly all of
the widow's hair pulled out of her head.
Ten men and two women lodged on an
island near Woodvale. A boat had to be
carried from South Fork before they were
taken off on Friday evening. A gentleman
was at Conemaugh to-day looking for the
bodies of Miss Swinebrdof St Louis, and
Mrs. Swineford, of 'New Berlin. Both
Jadies were on tbe day express, and are mis--
'sing, a'hecarissttll lying thece, turned
BELIEF PROM PHILADELPHIA.
A Train Load of Provisions Arrives, Bring
ing Nnrennd Doctors.
rFBOir A STAFF COnBESrOJTDENT.l
Johnstown, June & This morning tbe first
train load of provisions arrived here from
Philadelphia under the command ot Prof.
Forbes. There were 16 cars altogether, and
they bad left tbe Quaker City last -Sunday af
ternoon. The contents of tbe-tram was what
the reliof committee bad been waiting forsince
yesterday, and Prof. Forbes was cheered wher
ever ho was recognized. On acconntof the
large nnmher Of audttitional workmen the sup
ply ox oreau uuu provisions generally nau De
come very short, and Colonel J. B. Scott tele
graphed S. S. Marvin to send at once an unlim
ited supply of fresh bread. On the other hand
the medical staff at the general hospital on
Bedford street was short of doctors. Dr. Old
shue had to go home, because he was sick, and
left on the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad at 2
In this emergency the Philadelphia relief was
most welcome. The cargo was made no of all
kinds of provisions, such as bread, potatoes.
".. vvvko, 0w.j ,. muiuc J.11UIO nci. iuau
25 physicians on the train, as weU as a number
of nurses from the Red CroS3 Society.
ON 130XSTIT0TI0J.AL GROUNDS.
Lawyer Object to Massachusetts Giving
Aid to Johnatown Sufferers.
SPECIAL TELEGRAM TO THE DISPATCH.1
Boston, June 5. Some of the lawyers In the
lower branch of the Massachusetts Legislature
have interrupted the progress toward enact
ment of the resolution granting 330,000 for the
Johnstown sufferers on tbe ground that the
resolution is unconstitutional.
The matter has therefore been referred to
the Attorney General, and Massachusetts halts
until the legal cobwebs are cleared away.
A Victim of the &usqnehanno.
fSPECIAL TELEOBAM TO THE DISPATCH.1
TVIlkesbaebEj June 5. The body of Nathan
Bennett, one of the most brilliant lawyers at
the Luzerne county bar, was found in the Sus
quehanna river this afternoon. Ha jumped in
the raging river on Sunday when the storm was
at its height
Milwaukee's Contribution to the Fond.
Milwaukee, June 5. About 50,000 has been
raised here for the Johnstown sufferers. The
brewers gave $1,600 and the bankers 81,000. The
Chamber of Commerce appointed committees
this afternoon to solicit subscriptions, and
within an hour 3,000 bud been raised.
AMID THE DEBRIS.
Paragraphs Saved From tbo Wreckage nt
J. A. Goulsen, of this city. Is among the
Thomas Kenton, of Allegheny City, sends
810 to The Dispatch relief fund.
Oiht correspondent says there is absolutely
nothing in tbo report of a riot at Cambria City.
Clabence Latton, who was reported
among the dead in yesterday's papers, is safe
A TELEOEAii from Chicago says that Alice
Snell is missing, and was on the Ill-fated train
The American Mechanics telegraphed for
supplies, and the brother organization here re
sponded at once,
W. W. Lawrence, of this city, is requested
by Fred Tripp to send two crates of eggs and
some potatoes at once.
De. J. M. Cooper and wife, of Johnstown,
reported dead, are alive, and are visiting Mia.
Horner, in Allegheny City.
William Semple sent $200 worth of dress
goods, hosiery, clothing, shoes underwear.ete.,
for the relief of tne Johnstown sufferers.
Chables Kbess, of Johnstown, a brewer,
and his wife are among tbe persons saved
whoso names have not appeared on the lists.
Colonel C. F. Fbazeb, wife and four child
ren, who were reported lost have been heard
from. Two sisters of Mrs. Frazer are among
A bout, snpposed to be that of a Johnstown
unfortunate, found at Montour, has been
identified as that of Samuel Hoffman, N o. 9
Scott street ,
A number of refugees arrived on P. R. R.
train at 1 o'clock this morning. The eorpse of
Mrs. Elizabeth Stevenson, of Natrona, was
also on the train.
PiUVATE DALZELL WTlteS toTHEDlSPATCH
from Caldwell, O., that that town will send 8100
raised at a public meeting. Little children con
tributed 812 m pennies.
The Home for the Friendless, Washington
street Allegheny, will hold its anniversary in
the borne to-dav, June 8, at 7.30 r. M. Patrons
and the public generally are invited.
Rev. J. D. Beal and family and W. H.
Rose and family, reported lost in yesterday's
papers, are alive and well at Johnstown, and
doing good work on the relief committees.
At the Eighth Street Temple yesterday 20
children were confirmed and Dr.Mayer preached
on tbe Johnstown disaster, for the victims of
which a collection was afterward taken up.
In the list of the dead published in The
Dispatch, instead of Hon. John Haunon, wjfe
and two daughters, the names should have
been Miss Mamie and Miss Eugenie Hanfion.
G. C. Anderson, of Titnsville, wants to
know who the N. J. O. Anderson drowned at
Johnstown was, and his trade. His father's
initials are N, J. and be was a molder in Pitts
burg. Dr. J. J. Buchanan desires all inhabitants
of Johnstown who have not yet declared their
survival on this earth to send their names to
the Board of Registration at Johnstown at
Mr. C. Echlegel called at The Dispatch
office last evening to say that be had seen and
talked with Mrs. Lambert and Mrs. Lledenber
ger, of Johnstown, who were reported among
All the "subs" and all the old officers who
had uniforms bave been pressed into service on
the police force. Forty of the best men are in
Johnstown and yet Inspector McAleese feels
that the city is well covered.
At Garfield Hall, Natrona, a benefit will be
given for the sufferers that Is receiving the
heartiest support from the best citizens. Music
and tbe best elocutionary talent will be heard
there this evening In tho good cause.
A brother of Mayor Pearson writes from
Indianapolis that he would like to adopt a
3-year-old child. He lost a little one by death
a few weeks ago, and would like to replace it
at this time of need and opportunity to do
Guskt forwarded to Johnstown yesterday, in
addition to previous contributions, two cases of
clothing and one case of hats for the sufferers.
The Gusky relief corps, under the direction of
W. DeWolf, is highly praised for its efflcieut
Little Gracie Herdman, aged 4 years, of
No. 80 Ledlio street Allegheny, walked into
the Mayor's office yesterday with 25 cents.
which, sho said, she bad taken out of her toy
bauk and wanted to give it to the flood suffer
ers, lier donation was accepted,
Bv a mistake on the part of the person who
wrote the item. The Dispaich said yesterday
that Rev. DrMilIer and family, of Johnstown,
had been saved. It should bave been that their
dead bodies were found. Dr. Miller was the
most popular Episcopal minister in Johnstown.
IN the list of the persons lost at Johnstown
yesterday appeared the name of H. P. Wasson,
r,t Tnll.n.nnlla Tnr f T C T w ..
friend of Mr. Wasson's, yesterday received a-
telegram from P. T. Kelsey, of Indianapolis,
saying that Mr. Wasson is safe, and is in Buf
falo, N. Y.
THEBellevue Presbyterian Church contrib
uted 850 Sabbath evening to the Johnstown
sufferers. Also a good supply of clothing. The
Iqrttoa nf thn rhnrch flnant Tnnflrtnir anrl
I Wednesday sewing. Two large boxes were
shipped xuesaay evening xuii 01 clothing, etc.
Others will follow.
Stories of remarkable escapes are simply
multiplying one upon the other. Maurice
Newman made a marvelous -escape, while his
brother Bernard was drowned; Charles Reed
was rescued by a colored porter named Robin
son; Rose Young escaped almost miraculously,
and Miss Vance was no less fortunate.
Mrs, John Carver, living at Craft avenue
"and Charles street Oakland, thinks her father,
Henry Fox; and four married brothers were
among the lost at Millvale. One of her broth
ers had four sons and three daughters. Mrs.
Carver has tried every way to learn the fate of
her relatives, but has heard nothing.
A number of persons from the Conemaugh
Valley"called at the Mayor's office and morgue
yesterday, in search of the bodies of their
friends who had been lost in the flood. One
man called at city hall and said be bad been
told that his baby bad been found here. He
was greatly cast down when informed to the con
trary. Chief Bioelow yesterday ordered a corps
of engineers from tne engineering bureau of
the Department of Public Works to report this
morning to go to Johnstown. About a dozen
men will go. taking with them all the necessary
instruments for surveying and laying out the
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The Rev. H. Veitb, No. 208 8trong Creek
street Johnstown, would be thankful for
any news of hia wife and daughter, both
of whom he fears are dead. Mrs.
Veith is a large woman, short in
stature,,with brown hair and blue eyes. She
bad a small black satchel with some money
and a lady's gold watch. Her daughter is
slight but tall, with brown hair and blue eyes.
Mrs. Montgomery "Wilcox, of Philadel
phia, who was on one ot the Pullman sleepers
attached to the lost express train, is authority
lor the statement that Miss Jennie Paulson, of
Pittsburg, is lost She savs that as a party of
ladies, including Miss Paulson and herself,
were making their way out of the cars Miss
Paulson stopped, decided to return for her
rubbers, ana soiost her life. Mr. Frank Paul
son, brother of the young lady, has telegraphed
home that he has given up hope.
IN the list of contributors to the flood suffer
ers the H. Y. L. S. S. indicates the Hebrew
Young Ladies' Sewing Society, who gave- 50
through Miss Oppcnheimer. A donation from
the Presbyterian church at Aspen, Col., has
been wrongly given. The amount was $29. It
is notable as being one of the first outside con
tributions received and coming from a town
500 miles northwest of Denver. It has been
followed by a larger contribution, noted in the
Lew Dallmeter, of this city, who was on
tbe day express at Conemaugh, one of the
wrecked trains, probably saved the wife and
daughter of President Harrison's private sec
retary, Elijah Halford. When the word was
given he was on the same car as Mr. Halford
and his wife and daughter. Mrs. Halford, who
is somen hat of an invalid, was nearly prostrat
ed from excitement and had it not been for
the assistance of Mr. Dallmeyer would have
been unable to have reached the sheltering
farmhouse and would Drobablv have nenshed
in uie mountains.
The hardest thing the Relief Committee
now has to contend with is the apparent im
pression that an enormous number of men are
needed to work in Johnstown. Though tho
committee has published far and wide that
there are more there now than needed, still
they press forward. Mr. Charles Meyran tried
to dissuade some 50 stalwart men in Little
Washington from going, bnt to no purpose.
They are not all morbid change seekers, but
many of them are willing to work for nothing
and some are even willing to pay their own
fare. They are coming from East Liverpool,
and even Louisrillians proffer their services.
SPECIAL TELXOBAMS TO THE DISPATCH.1
Moroantown River 5 feet 8 Inches and
falling. Weather cloudy. Thermometer 65 at
Warren River 5 feet 7-10 Inches; falling.
Weather cool; light rain.
Brownsville River 7 feet 5 inches and
stationary. Weather cl oudy. Thermom eter 58
at 7 P. M.
The first dose often astonishes the invalid,
giving elasticity of mind and
Buoyancy of Body
to which he was before a stranger. They give
egular bowels and solid flesh. Nicely sugar
oated. Price, 25c per box.
DRINK BETHESDA WATER
and avoid sickness, which is sure to fol
low from the use of our city water. The
Bethesda is a pure, soft, sweet, palatable
and delicious spring water, and the only
known cure for Diabetes and Bright's
disease of the kidneys. It is also one of
the most efficient remedies ever used for
Dyspepsia brought on by indigestion,
and for Liver Complaint it is unexcelled.
It is put up in cases containing one dozen
half gallon bottles and sells at $4 50 per
case, also in 10 gallon kegs, 10 gallon
cans and in barrels. Send for Catalogue,
mailed free to any address.
JOS. FLEMING & SON,
412 Market Street,
Realize while you can at this
BANKRUPT :. SALE
t of J. R. ANDERSON'S stock of
at 138 Federal street They were purchased at
a bargain from the Sheriff and we can afford to
T, M, LATIMER,
138 Federal St, Allegheny, Pa.
ONLY 25 CENTS.
- '' AKUXlllIiVl,
645 Smlthfleld street Pittsburg. Pa. Frelhelta
crauB huiui;, MOOfianoor.. majov.rt ij
NEW ADVEHTISEMENT3. -
TUESDAY MORNING, JUNE 4,
WE WILL OFFER THE FOLLOWING
Please notice that these prices quoted are not fon
old style, rag-tag remnants and odd ends, but f
for your choice from our immense stock '.
all new goods all cut down no reserve.
gets your choice from all our Ingrains that are everywhere selling
to-day at 45c to 50c.
gets your choice from our entire line that are selling at low
priced stores from 55c to 65c
now for the best extra superfine all-wool Carpets made in Amer
ica. Choicest styles and all vou want.
BRUSSELS GET A WHACK, TOO.
74C Everybody knows the best of Tapestry Brussels are cheap at S?c
to 90c. WE HAVE PUT THE PRICE 74c. Not 60c, 65c or
70c tor patterns that nobody would have at any price, but the
newest and choicest designs, borders to match, in Moquette and
Piles of lower grades at away down prices 45c, 53c, 59c
ggc FOR WILTON VELVET CARPETS that have met, with ready
sale at $1 50. Don't say we are not doing it. Come and see.
All new, clean, fresh patterns, borders to match worth Si 50,
now going for 98c.
73q POR BODY BRUSSELS. Our buyer has just secured a large
lot of these goods and we .will put them in with the rest at 78c,
just to make the dance go lively. Worth $1 it they are worth a
95q FOR BEST s FRAME BODY BRUSSELS. When these goods
are offered for less than $1 25 it is less than value. We expect
to close this lot out quick. Everybody should buy when they can
get best Body Brussels for the usual price of Tapestry Brussels.
SMYRNA RUGS ana MATS
J3q sale price for Mats selling to-day for $i 25, and worth it.
$1 98 saIe prJce for RuSs 2fi inches wide aaci 54 inches long, adver
tised as big bargains at $2 50.
$2 38 sllle P.rice for RuSs 3 inches wide and 63 inches long; selling
right in our city to-day in close price stores at $3 50 to $4 50.
$3 38 sale Price for the larSest hearth size Rugs, 1 yard wide, 2 yards
long. Measure your rugs and see if you have not been paying
$S and $6 for this size. We have a small lot in this size to go
at $2 98 not many of them, so if you are slow coming don't
compiain 11 iney are picjcea up early in the sale.
$5 98 for Sofa RuZs- These are dandies 4 feet by 7 feet, and every
body knows have been selling from $j to $g. Nothing old or
moldy about these Rugs, and we think the dust will not settle
on them at these prices. They are in stock and can be had by
the armload or cartload.,
STRAW MATTINGS, 3 PER ROLL,
or 756 per yard. Think of it ! 40 yards fancy Matting, enough to
cover two rooms, for $3. Hundreds of rolls to go at this price, and
something better for $3 75 and 44 50 per roll.
Other bargains in this department will be announced rapidly.
COMMENCING TUESDAY MORNING
THE PEOPLE'S STORE.
CAMPBELL & DICK,
Freemason's Hall, Fifth Avenue.
WAUKESHA HYGEIA SPRING WATER.
This water is acknowledged bj leading physicians to be the purest and healthiest of
- AJT.A - IV
Bicarbonate of soda Z2B5
Bicarbonate of iron 0.574
Bicarbonate of lime 16.726
Bicarbonate of magnesia 13.142
Chloride of sodium. 1.250
Phosphate of soda COW
We have secured control of the Hygela Springs and are prepared to furnish Hygeia Water
daily to consumers at the low price of 15 cents per gallon. All bottled goods nave our signature)
on the cork. Price by bottle, 25 cents.
H. M. BLACK & CO.,
821 JPjBJOT A.VENUE.
Hundreds of the Best Designs of the Season,
In Small Lots, CHEAP.
H. ALLEN, 51s?fd-
To Glasgow, Belfast, Dublin
FROM NEW YORK EVERY THURSDAY.
Cabin passage 135 to SM. according to location
or stateroom. Excursion (65 to S30.
Steerage to and from Europe at Lowest Bates.
AUSTIN BALDWIN & CO.. General Agents,
S3 Broadway, JNawYort.
J. J. MpCORMlCK. Asenl, Pittsburg. Pa.
Sailing every Wednesday from Philadelphia
and Liverpool. Passenger accommodations tor
all classes unsurpassed. Tickets sold to and
from Great Britain and Ireland, Norway, Swe
den, Denmark, eta
PETER WRIGHT 4 BONS.
General agents. 307 Walnut st Philadelphia.
uu lnionsation can De aaa ot j. j. mcvuk-
a avenue and BmlthfleW street
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Sulpbateof potassa.... 0.820
Sulphate of sodium... 0.521
Organic matter, a trace. .
J. oiai... ......... .............. ......... 3&Z11
STEAMERS AND EXCURSIOSS.
NEW YORK TO LTVEKFOOIi VIA QTJEKJI3
TOWN, JTBOil P1EK 40 NOBTH ElVEK.
FAST EXPBESS MAIL SEKVICE.
Anrania, June 1,71k
Gallia, Junes, 8:30 AH
ttUmbrls. June 8. 1 r n
Bothnia, June 19. 10 AX
Anranla, Jnne23, im
servu. jane 13. 7 A K
luauia, jury a, suu.
tfThese steamers carry flrst-clats passengers only.
V 111 not carry intermediate.
-JWIU carry Intermedial-, no steerare.
Cabin passage, too, (80 and 1100; intermediate,
133. Steerage tickets to and from sll parts of
Knrone at Terr low ratea.
Enrops at very low rates.
VEKiON H. BKO VfN & CO.. General Agents,
4 Bowling Oreen, New Yorx.
1. 1. MCCORMICK. Affent.
Fourth aye. and amlthneld it-, PltUtjnrg.
O. D. LEVIS. Solicitor of FatMrts. ,
131 PKtk avswie, above SmithHel i, neat T iswi
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