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Boston Daily Globe (Newspaper) - December 9, 1890, Boston, Massachusetts Mark an X That is one way to another mj Is to send i VOL. 162. 11 DECEMBER 9, 1890.~TEN PRICE TWO We offer for the of Intending purchasers of Household and Goods the following Immense ' all goods hought of us To any city pp town where there is a railroad freight In Wow Island op you consider the fact we hare nearly nil filled with fresh you must conclude that we can offer a better assortment any other house in our line in this Each season brings its changes In styles of House Furnishings and and the immense volume of our business Insures tlie freshness of our We of give you here but an of the many different styles and lines of goods that we are but If you will call and Inspect our yon will feel that you can do better with us than at any other establishment in our lino of will first call your to line of make the following and owing to the state of the market on these goods we must reserve the right to the price at any time after 13. 26 30 in. these are not JOB LOTS or old hut new and wore hought in an immense order and at a very low which enables us to offer them at the above show a most varied assortment of fanoy desks and and season has been productive of many new artistic We offer you a drop leaf walnut finished desk for only and from this price the advance is gradual up to the dainty gold the time of Louis Also a full line of both roll and cylinder office at rook bottom Our irt Contains a PULL and COMPLETE LINE OF STEEL WATEE OIL all handsomely framed and ready to hang upon the Also imported Tyson and Tokio Bohn It will well repay you to give us a and see this beautiful array of and and we want this fact that you will not have to pay us any fanoy art store If you ask for these Your eye will over a greater number of these goods than you ever before saw under one They are upholstered in raw and spun silk and crushed and the prices which we quote on them are such as should clean out the entire lot in a very short The are finished in EIGLISH LIGHT AND DAEK AND Easy and room or house is complete without one or more of these home and our assortment is Prom the Student Chair at to the elaborate Booker at a wide range of and we know wo can please you if you will call and see our In are over 25 different patterns of Morris which are worthy of dose Lounges and Sofa Beds covered in and Bed Lounges in Eamie and Hair prices from Lounges in threat variety at 827 WASHINGTON 827 ex. MASS. Wo have over 200 Sampled on one with ranging from to They are finished in Antique and old English Oak Light and Dark Cherry and ANIOE OAK FINISHED A WALNUT MAEBLE And all other prices to We carry a line that will suit all tastes and all from a 6-pieo6 sei at to a 4-piece set at White enamel and gilt sets and odd Parlor Sets in Silk Parlor Sets in Crushed Parlor Sets in Embossed Parlor Sets in Parlor Sets in Silk Sets in Parlor Sots in &c. A and line of Oil bought before the recent and now in BODY ALL WOOLS AND INGE at prices ranging from 25c. PEE We have the largest and best lighted carpet hall of any house in our line in this and selection of colors and erades leaves nothing to be Why wUl you keep an worn out range which is a constant source of when we can sell you a new one for so little An inspection of our stock will convince you that are in a to meet all demands in this A SINGLE OVEN A DOUBLE A NICE And from these figures the prices gradually advance as the size and quality of the article BE SUEE AND SEE US WHEN YOU WANT A OE English and American DINNEE TEA SETS and TOILET We show a large line at very reasonable ENGLISH DINNEE ENGLISH TEA ENGLISH TOILET IS Save both by coming direct to us for anything in this in great SILVEE PLATED FOEKS and CAKE WATEE TEA GLASS TABLE WATEE IN A OF FOE THE DINING AND TEA Lamps HANGING TABLE BANQUET PIANO of all kinds and at very low lEON and WOOD vrith or without at prices which insure rapid Hoose 827 WASHINGTON 827 coamoN A full and complete line of lEISH POINT AND NOTTINGHAM LACE CHENILLE AND AND BED TABLE &c. WINDOW ready made and made to at prices ranging from 35c. Here your wiU find PILLOW WHITE while calling attention to this let us add that we have a very fine line of Brass and Enamelled Iron and we know our line is unsurpassed by any exhibited in this And we have made up for these beds an especially fine assortment of Mattresses in a new style of fanoy with Pillows to The demand for these goods is constantly on the and we have kept pace with the times and oan show a bewildering consisting in part of AND ODD PIECES OF The goods are finished enamel and light and dark century and in all the new Anticipating an increased demand for Fancy Tables this we have and if you will call and look them you will be surprised at the variety of shapes and We have them in WITH ONYX in WITH TOPS and and in ALL KINDS OF WOODS AND AND IN ALL SIZES AND You cannot help but be suited with what we will show I AND COMMON EXTENSION DINING IN CANE SIDE STANDS AND a great variety of in all kinds of We show you over 75 STYLES OF over 25 STYLES OP and nearly 100 STYLES OF DINING IF YOU COME TO US FOE YOU WILL MAKE NO Hall Consisting of HALL HALL HALL Etc. AH all all Mantel Portiere And everything else that is needed to furnish a house from attic to YOU MAY WANT IN THE WAY OF A USEFUL HOLIDAY COME TO AND YOU WILL ABLY FIND IT IF YOU YOU WILL SAVE 10 PEE CENT. TO 20 PEE if you do not find the article you are looking you will probably find something else that will fill the Easy Terms When House 827 WASHINGTON 827 COMMON oi Wondoll Phillips honored in vally in with the avowed object of a trust to of Prison in 4. Opening of tho of tho 2d Cadets at Annual roport of Pago 5. bBing for tho result of yesterday's Reed on financial Andrew's hunt for Miller and Court Fase o. Interview with Mr. of strike in thread mills at N. J. ball banquet at tho Godfrey offered big money to meet sports in Russian Nihilists on many ol tried in Irish members present a solid front in the House of failures In the hat trade in Now York and Two surprises in the Hoar moves a final vote on force Gorman's impassioned no opportunity to prevent financial Democratic rallies in and Corcoran took a band played for election THE 0., 8.-Forecast till 8 p. m. Tuesday For Now Vermont fair winds shifting to southerly and warmer on For Rhode Island and winds to southerly and warmer on For eastern New fair except light snow near the coast Tuesday winds to southwesterly and warmer on The Globe's The weather ojE Boston and vicinity today will partly cloudy to and snow flurries may west to north For northern Now England and the northern coast generally without decided in northerly Blue Hill For Tho indications aro somewhat but snow or rain and rising temperature appear The year 1890, before it folds itself away on the shelf of beara witness to remarkable furniture offer that Boston has ever Draw near and examine this piece If you are and can estimate the cost of cabinet you will by a few figures easily satisfy yourself that these Cabinet Desks ought to cost to Yet we are taking orders for the next two weeks at just The wood is selected Red cut quartered with brass top has two shelves of full with long bevelled mirror of heavy plate and on the sides carved floral The Desk is having 2 2 book 3 4 3 pigeon and square compartment for The is firmly Beneath the desk is a wide with curving a locked closet having two shelves and two deep outside This city does not contain a better Christmas gift for al D Delegates Get Down to Graier Governor is Gompers Socialist Party Gome in for Lots of Cash or 1075 to 1079 St. ITh 8.-One representing a constituency of 000,-000 mot today in They wore the delegates to the 10th annual convention of tho American Federation of over which President Gompers Hon. Stephen A. president of tho Common tho welcomed the and urged them to wield carefully the great power vested in ' President in said that tho movement elements of present progress and that the liberty sought by the could be only achieved by There were to bo to live opposition of interested parties to Tho watchword of tho crisis of today should none but Americans on desire to keep in touch with all of the reform of Our object is to greatest good to tho and wo thus keep first in view the interest of the wage Tho afternoon was devoted to a business session that proved a lively aud exciting the preliminary skirmish between the radical aud conservativo wings of tho trade union The report of the on credentials showed tho following and international organizations G united typographical 4; cigar i; iron jron and steel boot aud shoe 2;'horse collar 3;lastBrs, 3; amalgamated 1; clothing 1; custom 1; furniture Ij glass 1; 1; and 1; mosaic tile 1; knife 1; sailors and 1; 1; boiler 1; 1; brewery 1; hod 1; 1; German typographical X; 1; metal 1; electrical oar 1: 1; flint glass 1. The balance of the delegates tho State federations of and tho Central Labor Unions of St. and and from and federal labor unions ot trades not a national This is a by 25 per than ever before mot in a federation of labor After tho acceptance of the committee's favorable report upon tho above the convention the credential of John of Fall issued by the local union of of that on tho ground that the National Union of Painters was and that attached to a national union had no claim to further Like was also taken upon tho credential of F. F. of tho Central Labor Union of on tho ground t lat a charter had not boon obtained by t union in proper At point of tho Gov. Luee of Michigan arrived and was on Ho looks like a prosperous granger and at once got in touch with the aud was repeatedly cheered during his He said in the name of this city and peerless 1 I recognize the of tho Interests you laborer furnishes the motive powers of the civilization wo Tho has learned and approved the power of So much the more does the toiler need to appreciate tho value of tho same congratulate you oven the most worthy cannot leap into realization by resolve Thay must bo by slow and steady been a toiler in the full sense of the I was born on a reared on a and lived on a farm until elected When a young man I cleared the trees from 01 hewed out a the best girl in tho world and ny actual muscle surrounded our home with hove long been a member of an organization of aud I greet you who come from the mine and the shop and the bench and President Gompers responded saying that it was not often to labor conventions were greeted by high executive officials who from Gov. Luce advanced again front of the platform and said that ho did not often ask to be heard a second but that ha had been so by remarks that ho wanted as one who for 37 years had borne the burden of hard to his heartfelt appreciation of the worK of tho great labor organization before As he left the hall at tho conclusion of his address the XC Massachusetts delegates volleyed out their mystic E. O. B. the war ciT of the The next the consideration of the credential of from tlie Central Labor Federation of New York brought up what will doubtless prove to D9 the pivotal issue of tho Tho committee on credentials referred tho matter back to tho convention for A debate of two hours the radicals being led by Thomas of good deal of sparring Mr. was accorded the aud lie piade an presentation of his side cf the Tho issue concisely stated is as to whether the labor or any Central Union admitting its shall bo accorded representation In the Mr. claimed that the Baltimore including a Gorman section of the Labor had been grunted and that it was on the part of President Gompers to refuse a charter to the New York He further claimed that tho Socialist Labor is not a political party in the in this is accepted by the of ibat in Austria and Switzerland trade were a part of the socialistic is might well bo applied to the almost of easy rocking Furniture Canal All sell 25c. Use Hartshorn's that in Groat Britain the had during tho past year to a conclusion the biggest strikes on over men and wore apart of tho Wow He that in America thoy simply aimed to advance tho and that while all other political parties wore simply agencies for tho spoliation of tho tho labor party was made up 0/ and thoso for tho At of his tho whole subject matter wna referred to tho following special committee of with to report by noon Frank K. John B. W. 13. Rist and J. President then his It was liberally those portions relating to tho eight-hour child labor and tho development of the President first briefly reviewed tho work of tUo and speaking of tho best course to bo to promote and advance the great cause of in the language of Ira out of the wage system is through higher resultant only from shorter Ho called attention to tho necessity of as far as all controversial and advised tho concentration of the Whole upon measures as mot with popular That a course is to the success for tho working ho claimed tho past year had Ho reviewed the history of the movement from its Ot the immediate results ot the agitation he from Secretary P. report to tho convention of the Brotherhood of held in Inst which showed that during tho previous season tho had boon in cities and had benefited workmen in that trade and countless numbers in every other branch of building statistical issued within the past two mouths to the trade ho there are few trades or callings throughout tho wholo country that have not obtained a reduction in the hours of their or an increase in their is no question but that tho near future is bright for TUo if the organized will but efforts upon its of ours finds a responsive chord in the hearts and minds of tho overworked and It is at onco a watchword and a rallying cry which will ennoble tho women of our and tho progress imd civilization of the future more Speaking of tho groat growth of tho and of the greater recognition oC tho union by the ho said that 913 local branches had the while 27i charters for local unions wore from the of American Federation of Labor to who havo no national union ot their trade or membership of all organizations 0110 from C to 35 per cent. The iu the one Protective Union of is attributable to tho fact that a devastated centre of industry at Mass. As a consequence of tho formation of tho national he 13 now national and international unions wore the past luid two are to hold a convention for tho same purpose within a few Of tho aboVe eight to tho Federation ot and tho to do so at next During tho year strikes have taken of 080 wore 70 lost and 08 The wore generally for a in the hours and increase of or tho of the rights of the All report an increase oi wages 7 to 35 per except the who report owing to of I am moro than convinced that as working people learn to tho ol ond tho federation of steadier and larger gains will be as the result of our joint and wo shall bo so much nearer to all which wo eo earnestly He warned tho people who proposed to strike that bluster ivill not win and that they must po for battle they organizations of ho at win victories from their but thoy are generally of a transitory AVo must not Out possess the power to that and there is no so potent with or unfair employers to grunt demands as a trade with a to stand them in need a bo necessary to enforce the President Gompers referred In commendation of tho project of an congress in 180,1, to bo coincident with the world's under tho of the Slates demanded tho enforcement ot the law in government asked tor a suitable alien contract labor against tho proposed to tho nill introduced t le lust session of he said thwarted tho very of tho Ho the of the of Labor day as an annual warned against child and in this latter lio said all tho ilia that mankind from tho unjust and cruel tendencies modern weal tho ono that scema to me to rise to horrible proportions is that ot child Our of with factories and are teeming with young and innocent bending their weary forms long hours ox daily with pinched and wan cheeks and both men and driving thorn to premature and hope of a of free is is robbed of tho opportunity to enjoy tho healthful recreations of the play grounds or the mental ol tho school Ho commended of tlie and International Union to effect a unity of Tho throughout the and said tho effort promised to bo Speaking of ho I am led to believe that if this convention should authorize tho incoming executive to prepare a union label to be issued under such regulations as may bo deemed most much good would Ho referred to the beneficial of aud urged thu extension of tho system until all tho States of tho Union Extra large assortment 6 27 inches and desirable in plaids and 12 55 Dew styles on indigo blue 30 inches fine assortment 12 36 inches white extra fine and large 12 Wrapper 30 inches superior quality of flannel 12 30 inches an fine dress fabric 12 28 inches extra heavy in choice and desirable designs Good style and new work 5c. 40 inches a superb bargain 24 plain in all the popular shades 61"4c. Cotton imitation very fine assortment Curtain and 40 inches ground fancy woven new goods and We offer a selection of comfortable and elegant all bargains and Imported jacket for Dress Skirt for Jacket Alligator Waterproof for Blanket Good Reefer Jacket Seal Best quality French mads to order in latest winter former pries One lot Colored price Best Quality Pull Napped Fur Beaver former price SEASONABLE AND USEFUL to our vory largo stock wo have to maxe a swooping in on onr lino of goods and now offer our FOR CENTS AND WOOL AND SILK BOOTS AND in fact GOODS of every at Prices Will Defy All Every warranted and not by any in are lino upon this He ot work ot the and credited thorn with a of the with which the movement is the among the corporate and classes to combine lias taken more rapid strides than over and he that this policy be He met the of socialistic labor from witli tho American of by Baying ho was that the labor as a is not entitled to representation in a purely trade union and denied that lie had ever to any 0110 for his and that tho only to the trade union is good in a local in conclusion lie said tho representatives of ot our country let US lay all personal aud arise to the dignity and loftiness of tho problem and cause that confronts and out the of labor from the thraldom that and have enmeshed was next Ho it by that how far Federation of Labor has succeeded in its ability to play a part iu the of labor reform can be best illustrated by tlie work it has the last annual held in Boston one year tha question of u reduction ill hours of labor fully and methods upon by which it could be put Into practical of United of and to lead in tho movement has made to aud the result is one which all trade can well feel proud Tho that during tho term Oct. 31, 1890, iiH charters have been issued to unions iu 3a Ohio list with 37; New York is with 36; ranks third with 8a, aud Massachusetts is a good with 28. In addition to eight charters 62 and 54 Summer 100 doz. Wool former 62o,, 25c. 500 doz. Happed Folt all regular price 29c< entire stock of Trimmed HatU and including latest wo shall close out at about THEIE One lot of Colored former 50o, and 76o. ou Usually lias a liver ami a palp of to show for his day alter Come iis and get your presents With every of furniture and carpets sold to tlie value of or we will give a order on Horace the largest and most reliable wholesale goods aud toy dealer In or on any one of our fancy or crockery for that If less than Is purchased of us a amount nill be given as a Largest lowest prices and easiest terms In Kcw Every kind of housekeeping Parlor stoves and ranges sold for down and per week until Old stoves taken in exchange as first Seud for VSm NEW Who have for many at this displayed the most comprehensive and attractive stock in their line of will this year excel their former the result of preparation on a broader scale than ever The variety in their several departments is so great that many of their patrons are not aware of many articles to be found in the They have therefore prepared a small catalogue of most of the objects they have for with minimum This To be found on their or mailed on request to any cannot fail to prove of great assistance m suggestions to intending purchasers of Holiday I as a It m 2, R. lUVING ut Dec 0, at T. to the tUe G. H. Robinson k Go 1 and 2 Dock and 140 The equitable lu T. alao m tJie U. S.
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