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    Charleston, S.C., June 4. - The City Council today voted $1000 for the relief of the Pennsylvania sufferers. The Executive Committee of the Chamber of Commerce subscribed $380 in a few minutes, and appointed three committees to canvass for subscriptions. The Merchants' Exchange is at work and general subscriptions are starting.
    St. Louis, June 4. - Generous subscriptions for the Conemaugh Valley sufferers have been made here. The Merchants' Exchange has called a mass meeting for tomorrow.
    Middletown, June 4. - Today the Mayor telegraphed the Mayor of Johnstown to draw on him for $1000.
    Poughkeepsie, June 4. - Mayor Rowley today sent $1638 to Drexel & Co., Philadelphia. As much more was subscribed today.
    Auburn, June 5. - Auburn has subscribed $2000.
    Lockport, N.Y., June 5 - The Brewers' national Convention at Niagra Falls this morning contributed $10,000.
    St. Johnsbury, Vt., June 5. - Grand Master Henderson issued an invitation today to Odd Fellows in Vermont to contribute toward the sufferers.
    Newburg, N.Y., June 5. - Newburg has raised about $2000 for the suffers.
    Worchester, mass., June 5. - Subscriptions to the amount of $2400 were made here today.
    Boston, June 5. - The total of the subscriptions


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