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THE JOHNSTOWN HORROR.

[ 'lt Rlkotbio Telegraph. Cop' B'o * fSi’ioiAL to Peess Association.)

NEW YORK, June 9. Out of 50,000 people who inhabited the Connenmugh Valley, only 13,000 have registered themselves as having escaped from the floods, and it is feared that the rest have perished. A STARTLING DISCOVERY. Tho wife of one of the leading citizens was found alive among the debris, and a eoffin, containing a corpse that had been partially burned, was also found. THE QUEEN’S MESSAGE.

WASHINGTON, June 9.

President Harrison accepts the Queen’s message of sympathy with the sufferers by the Johnstown floods as an expression of a generous character of her own feelings, and of goodwill on; the part of the people of England. He especially thanks the Queen for the cordiality of tho message.

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THE JOHNSTOWN HORROR., Evening Star, Issue 7929, 10 June 1889

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THE JOHNSTOWN HORROR. Evening Star, Issue 7929, 10 June 1889

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