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278 THE JOHNSTOWN FLOOD.

received through Kidder, Peabody & Co. today amounted to $35,400. The Fall River Line will forward supplies free of charge.
    Providence, June 5. - the subscriptions here now exceed $11,000.
    Minneapolis, June 5. - The Citizens' Committed today voted to send 2000 barrels of flour to the sufferers.
    Chicago, June 5. - It is estimated that Chicago's cash contributions to date aggregate about $90,000.
    St. Louis, June 5. - The town of Desoto in this State has contributed $200. Litchfield, Ill., has also raised $200.
    Los Angeles, Cal., June 5. - This city has forwarded $2000 to Governor Beaver.
    Macon, June 5. - The City Council last night appropriated $200 for the sufferers.
    Chattanooga, Tenn., June 5. - A.B. Forrest Camp, No. 3, Confederate Veterans of Chattanooga, have contributed $100 to the relief fund. J.M. Duncan, general manager of the South Tredegar Iron Company, of this city, who a few years ago left Johnstown for Chattanooga as a young mechanic, sent $1000 today to the relief fund. Another $1000 will be sent from the proceeds of a popular subscription.
    Savannah, June 5. - The Savannah Benevolent Association subscribed $1000 for the sufferers.


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