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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 16 June 1889

WKSSSEKS 1111331 IkEtfR STJ "jusfTtrr- 7?'; -y. jr.v .'y PITTSBUEG DISPATCH, SUNDAY, 3TJNE "16, 1889. 11'- THE mrxs59SnViFm ONE ORDER'S LOSSES. Kemarkably Complete Detailed Statement for Odd Fellows, GIVING 653 JOHNSTOWN FAMILIES. How 90,000 Members of the Order In This State Will Feel It. THE IITS LOST FOOT UP TERY EW The followinj statistics of the loss of members of the Independent Order of Odd Fello v. i i the late Johnstown disaster haTe been collected by John E. McCrickart, of Pittsburg Lodge, No. 336, L O. O. I". Out of the total of 653 members in the lodges at Johnstown, all have been accounted for ex cept 18, and, while it is probable that a few moremaybeadded to the death, rolljitislikel that it will not exceed more than one or two.as some of the members unaccounted for have been out of town and others reside in the district that was not flooded. The list should be full of interest to the many local mem bers who help to make up the 90,000 Odd Fellows in the State: ALMA. LO...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 16 June 1889

THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH,- SDNDAY, 'JUNE;' 16, 1889.' L9 '- IN THE SOCIAL SWIM. iP3 HIKTS TOE ODE BELLES. Why Pittsburg Society Glrli Have Not the Glorious PliyMq.no of the Ancient Greeks Health nnd Benntr Synonymous Terms. rwTtnTEs- rem the dispatch.! Something more than a pretty face is seeded for a charm thai will outlast a week's acquaintance. A pretty face is enough for a photograph, hut let me remind young women how many, men of the world, ana of taste, have declared they would weary of Venus herself in three months if they had to sit opposite her every day at dinner. There must be something sought among the secrets of Circe to give a longer lease of charm, a more varied appeal to the sensibilities in every day usage. To be a satisfactory companion, a woman wants the expression which comes of quick intelli gence, the ease and varied motion that belong to suppleness of limb and the light ness of mental and bodily touch, born not of feebleness but force and good staying powers qua...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 16 June 1889

jSB28iS! w WWzmmTT i&&r7T!FWP2WFr. -&& 'K THE PITTSBURG ' DISPATCH, 8UND AY, JUNE 16, 1889." 13 COULDN'T BE KILLED. Two lieu Who Survived the Full Force of an Electric Shock. THEY DOS'! FEEL WELL, HOWEVER One of the living Curiosities Was a Eesi dent of fittsbnrg. OPPOSED TO ELECTEIO EXECUTION'S KrECXlLTELEOBAM TO THX DlBrjLTCB.J Kew Tokk, June 15. Those who are actively opposed to the use of electricity in capital punishment have discovered two survivors of the alternating current, such as it is proposed to use in the death punish ment of William ETemmler. One of them is unable, however, to answer a summons to testify, and the other has been secreted for reasons best known to the competitors inter ested in the controversy. The most important questions raised in the natter are whether the method will be in hnnianly cruel, and will it disfigure the subject? It has been the good fortune of your correspondent to meet W. J. Bell, one of the men mentioned.and get from him...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 16 June 1889

mJkEQS r &r ? -w v 14 THE PITTSBURG- DISPATCH, SUKDAT, JUNE . 1889. vt t'j ' THE MUSIC WORLD. Pittsburg's Immediate Keed of a First-Class Orchestra. ODE GOOD AMATEUR MUSICIANS. Orchestral Players Should Band Themselves Together for THE PEACTICE OP HIGH-CLASS MUSIC What musical Pittsburg cow most keenly needs is an orchestra. We hare in onr theaters several "orchestras," bv courtesy, counting ten or a dozen men apiece; there are two or three "orchestras" chiefly occu pied in supplying from three to ten players for dances and for occasions where music is incidental in which latter class may iairly be included the so-called summer-night concert, at which, though nearly a score of players and a solo singer or two are engaged, the terpsichorean wind-up seems to be the ultimate object to most of those who attend. This is about the sum total of professional activity in the orchestral direc tion. Of amateur "orchestras" we have three or four, each counting some 20 or 25 players, includi...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 16 June 1889

LS RSH KH f T !EE PITTSBUKG DISPATCH, ' SUNDAY, JUNE 16, 1889. 35 "! - SQl REVIEW OF SPORTS Some Opinions About the Local Club Management IN INJUSTICE TO HOEACE. The Latest Features in the League fennant Iface. PROBABLE DANGER FOR SULLIVAN. His Method of Kedncin? Weight May Mate Him Weak. METER'S OFFER TO FIGHT JIM CAEA'EI There are, indeed, some curious features in baseball, and probably the mos curions is that part of its admirers which may be termed grumblers. Of course I believe that it is man's prerogative to grumble; there are worse things than a good and thorough going grumble, because after it is over we oiten go along so much the better for it. But when crumbling is founded on the most unreasonable basis or prompted by a narrow and ungenerous spirit, it is unfair. "Within the last few days there has been this class of grumblingagainstJIanager Phillips. 2oth ingof a definite kind has been charged against that gentleman, which makes the case of his enemies so much the worse. ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 16 June 1889

- . Vyvp?, IHE PITTSBURG DISPATOHf SUNDAY,;- JUNE 16, 1889 r"', '. ' - -. 16 - .', :&" Tjr ACROSS THEBOEDEE. Experiences of Americans it the Ancient City of Mexico. A KEW STILE OP TELEPHONE. Palaces Which Do Not Coma Up to the , Traveler's Ideals. SEARCH FOE 1HE DELflSIFE TIGA IWBITTEX rOB THI DISrATCH.3 AT a station on the confines of the beautiful valley mentioned in my last letter, and while Etill in the mount ains, the native ven dors pnt in an np pearance bearing trays of barbarian dainties. Tne Dea con .had no stomach for these, but con cluded to sample the pulque, as the nroduct of the vi- '"" rinltv Tnss0ssfd a reputation. He purchased a pint pitcher full from an Indian damsel of 10 summers, perhaps, faithfully paying the price, a half real therefor, in good Mexican coin. He was to drink the potion from the little brown jug and then return the vessel. "Would I like to taste it? I would, and se cured a tumbler from the car, which he filled And we drank a glass of lresh ye...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 16 June 1889

EB Zr j - . r:3?g??m. J? 4?? ' . , THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH. r, THIRD PART. -i : -.n.rT, PAGES 17 TO 20. RAILROADS IN INDIA. How the English Have Covered Hin doostan With an Iron Network. THE LOWEST FARES IN THE WORLD Magnificent Stations and Iron Telegraph Poles and Ties. SECTIOX HANDS AT FIVE CENTS A DAI BOMBAY, India, May 10. --India hag now 16,000 miles of railroad. It is as far from Calcutta to Bom bay as it is rrom New York to Denver, and several trunk lines run across Hindc stan from one city to the other. There are branches from these which go up the Him alaya Mountains al most to the borders of Thibet, and others which shoot off to the Khyber Pass at the entrance to Alghanis- tan and not a creat distance from the "new Russian railway, which has been pushed on past Samarcand. The day will come when we can travel from London to Calcutta by rail, though this pre supposes the cutting of a tunnel under the English Channel. South India has many long miles of railroads and the whole...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 16 June 1889

papers had come in, andMiss Woolstinehad carried them ofl while Hale and I talked to an eminent rose-cnltnrist who had just in Tented a new rose or a pink that was yellow, and a yellow that was pink. All at once I heard a little cry, and Hiss "Woolstine appeared at the door opening into her room. Her face was white as snow, her eyes filled with horror. I did not wait for her to sneak, but at once arose and went into her little office. For a moment she stood still looking ac me "I cannot tell yon," she whispered. "Is it bad news bad news for me?" She nodded her head like a dumb person. Row, as my wife was dead and I had no child, and I knew my office was safe, my heart beat still steadily as I took her hand in mine. ".Nothing dreadful can happen tone, my child. I am so poor that Hale has little to take from me! But yon do not be afraid to tell me. My poor girl!" She looked at me still with great horror in her eyes; the tnrned her head back and gasped for breath, her voice was choked ...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 16 June 1889

BAY ED FROM 33IKVEST EC. ITTEIITEN TOE THE DISPATCn.3 X was evening, and the streets in the town of Jackville were 'all alive with people, because there was a great circus in the place and every body had come ont to see it and enjoy the fanny capers or the clown, the grand gymnastic feats of j the acrobats, the agility of the riders and the beauty of some of the animals. The circus stood in the market place,Iand all the youths -were standing in the front of the entrance gate laughing and joking, chaffing and teasing each other like young fellows will do when they are together in great numbers. But if they had only passed jokes among themselves it would not have mattered much, but soon a few of the ruder boys commenced to make remarks about the people passing by. "When the young men began to show their ill-behavior, little Charles, -the cob bler's son, of JackviiR, objected. But his playfellows did not take the least notice of his show of displeasure, and they kept their sport up for...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 16 June 1889

THEf PEETSBTmG- DISPATOB SUKDAXV TUEfE 16, IS89? 20 MI -. A CUBAN CAMIYAL Havana Given Up to Scenes of Riot ous, Mlickinjj Gayety. HLLLAFS LITTLE ADYEKTURE. Repulsing a Too-Gallant Cavalier in a Fal setto Yoice. A SE1IT-PAG1N PICTUEESQUB JUBILEE ICOBKISFOKWaf CX OF THE DISPATCH. HAVANA, June 4. One can become Intoxicated with pleasure as well as with wine. I did not know this until I bad sojourned or a brief space in this tropical land of eternal sum mer and unalloyed enjoyment Other trise I should have been more abstemious. As it is X am be coming slightly hilarious. A few months more of doing nothing but having a good time, will make a regular "frowsy-headed, flimsy-gowned, rocking-chair Cubana" of me. As sure as fate this is the destiny 'which awaits me id luxuriate much longer tinder the shade of the silver palm. For the past month I have been fairly -whirling round in a vortex of gayety, the nature of -which no genuinely civilized country could conceive, much less enjoy. It has...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 17 June 1889

TKISa "VJPWW'1 mm- y sfrjKy zyprwrw ; 5-pps - PBprcm m$v&ti . ANY ONE CAN MAKE HON EY Who has a good article to sell, and who adver tises vigorously and liberally. Advertising Is truly the llfeSSX trade. All enterprising and Judicious apF succeed. WILL IT BE WET OR DRY ? On Wednesday morning The Dispatch will give full returns of the result of the election for and against the Prohibition Amendment. V i - mm POETT-rOUKTH TEAIL NO FEAR0F FRAUD Seems lo Disturb the Equanimity of Philadelphia Prohi bitionists. THEIR JUBILANT LEADERS Keep Busy All Day Sunday Planning Methods to Prevent Bribery AT THE TOLLS ON NEXT TDESDAI. The Liquor Men Charged Willi Trying to Purchase Victory A Possible Difficulty About tbo Appointment ot Overseers Wanamaker's Partner to Vote for the Amendment If Ho Gets a Cbauce Tbo Fostmaslcr General Blamed for Not En tering Into the Active Work of tbo Campaign-Prospect of a Break in Repub lican Ranks. The usual anti-election cries of fraud and attempts to purcha...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 17 June 1889

i i- WAEDWOEKEES Plenty Engaged by the Anti Amendment People. HO TEUST IN YOLTOTEERS. Still Claim the State by. More Than 1.00,000 Majority. PKOHIBITIONISTS YEET ACTIYE. A Great Many Meetings Held Testerday, and Others Provided for. GENERAL OUTLOOK ALONG THE USE. Testerday was a busy day for those inter ested in the election on Tuesday, and more work was done by both sides than at any time since the campaign opened. The amendment adherents did their work in meetings held in Tarions parts of the two cities, while the antis worked quietly for votes and voters who had influence. A number ot leading members of the Brewers' Association and the Liquor Dealers' Asso ciation held a consultation at headquarters and it was decided to devote to-day to Allegheny City. There is a good round sum of money in the treasury, and this will be used to employ workers, who will be in structed to bring out the votes. It is conceded that all the Prohibitionists will be at the polls early and will not re qu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 17 June 1889

pjfWKdtfQPQf'm 1?N . THE PITTSBimGI- DISPATCH, MONDAY," JUNE IT, 1889. VOICE OF THE PULPIT. Sermons Which Mentioned the Flood and the Amendment. ALL CHRISTIANS URGED TO VOTE For Prohibition at the Election To-morrow as a Moral Duty. LITTLE ELSE SrOEES OP IN CHURCHES. iter. TV. J. Beid, pastor of the First IT. P. Church, preached to a large audience yester day morning on the prohibition question. He toot his text from Matthew xxviii: 20. '-Teaching them to observe all things whatsoever I have commanded you." The subject of his sermon -was "The Bible and the Prohibitory Amendment." He said, after referring to the Johnstown disaster, "suppose the owners of the lake and pleasure ground before the ruins were cleared away and the dead buried, should commence to rebuild the dam, -what would be the verdict of the universal heart? Suppose they should say the property is our own, and our money paid ior it; we have erected our hotel and cottages, and if the dam is not rebuilt our money expende...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 17 June 1889

-w? 5- W&e Bippfclj. ESTABLISHED FEBRUARY 8. 1818. Vol. 44, o. 130. EntereC : Pittsburg Postofflce, November 14, 1SS7, as second-class matter. Business Office 97 and 99 Fifth Avenue, News Rooms and Publishing House 75, 77 and 79 Diamond Street Average net circulation of the daily edi tion of The Dispatch for six month ending June l,lSi9. 27,824 Copies per Issue. Average net rircnlntion of the Sunday edi tion of The Dispatch for May. 1SS0, 47,468 Copies per Issne. TEEMS OF THE DISPATCH. rOSTAGE ritEE IX THE UNITED STATES. DAILT DI6PATCII. One Year 8 00 Daily DibPATCH, Ter Quarter 2 00 Dau,t Dispatch. One Month.. ... 70 Daily Dispatch, Including bunday, one rear 10 00 Daily Diepatcii, Including fcunday, per ouartcr 250 Daily Dispatch, including Sunday, one month. ... ... .. . "0 scj day Dispatch, oneycar 250 V EEKL-i DiSPATviI, one year 1 3 The Daily dispatch is delivered by carriers at IScents per week, orincludlugthcbuuda) edition, at 20 cents per week. PITTSBURG. MONDAY, JUNE 1...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 17 June 1889

MAMY absent oms. Schoolhouse Sermon in a Johnstown Suburb, by the Bishop. LISTENERS WITH SEEKING FACES. 30 Pathetic Pictures Out of Many That Might ba Drawn. BISHOP WHITEHEAD'S WOEDS OPCHEEE JFBOM A BIATr COBBKSPONDSST.J Johi.stown, June 16 The classroom of the Peelorville schoolhouse was turned into a temporary church this morning, and when the Iiicht Reverend Bishop Whitehead, of Pittsburg, walked into the little room, the jilace was packed from wall to wall. It was a singular congregation in many re spects. Tour correspondent w as one pf the first to arrive. One after another of the people came in; the looks in their eyes were all of about the same kind not a vacant stare: no, all of them appeared to have a kind of searching gaze. The strong, robust, athletically-built man who gave jou the idea of a lovine and pro tecting father and husband, came in with his head bowed and his gaze upon the floor. Before he sat down he looked around at the number of women who were already seated....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 17 June 1889

aHjaara gr .tft' 'T&srp- jsnt'f ft 6 T Trospects of the Easterners' Big Journey. THEY MAY TAKE A TUMBLE. Boston's Great Advantage Over the Home Team. 0PINI05S ON GRADED SALARIES By Mr, Kimick and Others Bent to Presi dent lonng. GEKERAL SPORTING KLWS OP THE DAI Games Played Yesterday. St. Louis 10.. ..Athletics 6 cincinnatis 4.. ..brooklyns. 3 cantons 13....hamlvtons. 6 Gaines To-Day. Kationai League Pittsbnrcs at Indian apolis; Chicagos at Cleveland; Philadelphia at Ifew York; Washingtons at Boston (two cames). American Association Loulsvilles at Baltimore; St. Louis at Philadelphia. International League Torontos at Buf falo; Londons at Hamilton; Detroits at Syra cuse; Toledos at Rochester. Association Record. Perl Per Won. Lost. Ct. ! Won . Lost, CI. St. Louis 34 IS .694 Cincinnatis. ..3 15 .479 Athletics .29 16 . KanEasCltys..:i 56 .447 JlrooWyns V3 IS .MriL'olumuus 17 25 .405 Baltimore. ...24 21 .SMiLouUvMes.... 8 40 .167 AN INTERESTING SERIES. Frospectsof the Ensicrn Clubs'...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 17 June 1889

ES -i- -. p T&WWi jWfJWi V'TO . ..V " ' 4 wa: -: t i- - ' -s - -- .' "- " " SOW FIHST The Pennycomequicks -Written for THE DISPATCH by S. BARING GOULD, Anthorof ,MEUAtAHI""COUETEOTAI,,,,"JOHN Heebino," "The Ga.vebocks,"Etc ALL SIGHTS CHAPTER XXXIX Two Womex. "Yon will excuse me, I know you will,'' said Yeo, looking from one to another, but especial ly at the American, "but I have just been in formed that there are chamois visible on a mountain shoulder, high, high, high up and as there is an excellent telescope a telescope outside, I thought I would make so bold as to interrupt an animated conversation to bring to jour notice this interesting fact." "Thank you I do not -wish to see chamois," said Salome, slowly and coldly. "or I I do not care to expose myself to the sun," said Janet. "Oh, anntl oh, anntl But they are so shy, so rarer' from the three Labarte girls. "Really, for my part," said Miss Durham, "I am curious to see them. Though I have been before in the Alps, I have ne...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 17 June 1889

? U THE PITTSBURG- DISPATCH, MONDAY, JUNE ,17, 1889. ,'V; f LOST IN THE DESERT. Dr. De Witt Talmasje Talks of People Who Have Lest Their Way. SEEKING ODE PROPER SPHERES. Men TTho Ha?e Wrought Out Their Des tinies, While Others Are ADRIFT OS LIFE'S TRACKLESS WASTES. ISrXCIAX. TELXGKAH TO TUX DISPATCH.! Brooklyn, June 16. The Bev. T. De "Witt Talmage, D. D., preached at the Tab ernacle to-day. A ract congregation filled the spacious building to overflowing. After making an exposition or Scripture, the pastor gave-out the hymn "beginning: Glory to God on Lien, Let heaven and earth reply, which the great body of worshipers sang vith majestic effect. The subject of Dr. Talmage's discourse was: "People "Who Hare Lost Their Way." He took for his text: "And God opened her eyes, and she saw a well of water; and she went and filled the bottle with water and gave the lad drink." Genesis sxi, 19. The eloquent preacher said: Morning breaks upon Beer-sheba. There is an early stir in bonse of Abra...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 18 June 1889

f Wtt&hm Bimift. ANY ONE CAfr MAKE MONEY ' Who has a cood article to sell, and who adrer tises Tigoronsly and liberally. Advertising is truly the life of trejk.,, All enterprising and judicious advertia5 "' ")ed. -A:' WILL IT BE WET OR DRY? On "Wednesday moraine The Dispatch will give full returns of the result of the cleotion for and against the Prohibition Amendment. WW PORTY-FOURTH TEAS. BROKE MKBOE Influence of the Disastrous Floods on the Prohibition Campaign. LITTLE LIFE LEFT IN IT. Ihe inlis Claim the State By all the Way to 60,000. IHEIB OPPONENTS TWICE AS MODEST. Over-Confidence Said to Be the Great Weakness of the Anti-Prohibitionists. Preparations to Take Care of the Teat Pocket Tote Prohibitionists In Phila delphia Again Crying; Frand Bishop Foss GIres Rnm a Parting shot Johns town's Tote to Bo a Light One this Year. The recent floods throughout the State broke the backbone of the prohibition amendment campaign, and the close in Philadelphia was tame. The anti-prohib...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 18 June 1889

&r 3 THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, TUESDAY,, JUKE 18, 1889. ? THEYWOUIDUP Tlio Amendment Campaign With ETident Enthusiasm, CLAIMING ALL IN SIGHT. Chairman Weeks Chases and Knns Down Rainbows Galore. THE STRIKER MARKET QUOTATIONS Allegheny County's Tote a Matter of Pro found Uncertainty. KTEKESTIKG ITEMS OF THE FIGHT Hon. BOl Chandler's memorable advice, "claim everything," seems to be the watchword of both wet and dry in the 'campaign which closed last night in a mist of beer. The anti prohibition people opened a supplementary campaign with a bung-starter last night, but to all intents and purposes the campaign proper was ended yesterday, and the decks cleared for action all over Pennsylvania. There has been considerable noise made, bnt mainly by the drys, who have dono all their work on the sur face and in sight and sound of the throng. The wets, on the other hand, have conducted the most silent sort of a still hunt, and the sur face indications have been so cleverly con cealed that ...

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