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   Boston Daily Globe (Newspaper) - November 2, 1890, Boston, Massachusetts                                8 THE BOSTON SUNDAY GLOBE-SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1896 -TWENTY-EIGHT PAGES.' Ladies', Misses' and Children's Worsted Goods, Infants' and Children's Cloaks, Caps, Dresses, &c, Purchased by us at a TERRIFIC SACRIFICE FOB, CASH, to be offered by its, beginning Monday, at 8.15 A. M., at prices which ivill render COMPETITION IMPOSSIBLE . We guarantee that the values offered will SURELY astonish even the best informed buyers, and we do not hesitate to speak in the On, Monday, at S o'clock, we shall offer at retail ANOTHER, great purvjiase of Silks, EXCELLING  all previous hai gains, consisting of I     Colored Dress Goods. 240 PIECES 36-Dnch Wool Regarding each and every article to be found in this gigantic COMBINATION SALE. WE ADVISE every lady in Boston and New England, to visit our Cotton Underwear Department, this week, as it will pay them to purchase a, six months' or even a year's supply. List Worth Readio Infants' and Children's Goods. Iiifsnts1 Worsted Bootoes, Veils and Bibs, at.......................... (Oc. List Worth All new designs, and the latest combinations of coloring s,2>osi-tlvely never before retailed for less than 37 1-2 cents., at only Garment Dept. Special Sale of 60 PIECES 5c=!nch Wool Flush Reefers, Plush Sacques, Plush Wraps, &c FOR THIS WEEK. Men's Gloves. Ladies' Cotton Underwear. Infants' Worsted Mittens, all colors, at 17c. Children's Canton Flannel Day Drawers, Quilted Bibs, Bootoes, also Stamped Table Bibs, your choice at only.....   19c. Infants' Oambrio Slips, Worsted Shirts and Worsted Sacquea in assorted ool-ors,at only................... 25c. Children's Canton Flannel Waists, all sizes, at......................  29c. Infants' Oambrio Slips, front of 5 box plaits, neat edge on neck and sleeves, also Children's Flannel Night Drawers, at only............... Ladies' Drawers, cmbroidorod ruffle and okstor of tuoks, full aize, at...... Ladies, Square and High Nook Cotton Corset Covers, at............... 25c. 25c. Ladios' Oorsot Covers, pointed and high nook, trimmed with fine Hamburg, at 39c. Ladios' Walking and Underskirts, hem and tuoks, at.......... with 39c. Ladies' Oambrio Euffle Walking Skirts, and Embroidered Ruffle Skirts) also Corset Covers, with square and pointed nooks, trimmed with fine Hamburg and feather edge, at..... PER YARD. Actually Worth 45 Cts. For quality and finish, nothing has ever before been known to approach this lot, and when you consider the thousand different, purposes which this quality can, be 'used for, it will, pay all to come in and examine this WONDERFUL BARGAIN. 1000 YARDS Fancy Printed In, desirable mixtures, a splendid iveight for fall and winter tvear, and requiring but 7 yards for a dress, actually tvorth 37 1-2 cts., at only PER YARD. 50c. 39c ool- Ohildreu's Plush Bonnets, assorted ors, at....................... 36c. and 50c. Infants' Oambrio Slips, yokes of solid tnoks, abo tuoks and insertion, edging on neok and sloovos, at........ 45C. Children's Short Dresses, with Mother Hubbard yoke of 8 dusters of tuoks laok and front, 3 tuoks on skirt, edging on neok and sleeves, also with Gretohen and square yokes, with plain tuoked skirts, at........... 50c. Infants' Heavy Weight Hpuse Saoques, in light colors, a great bargain, at only......................... 87 I- 2c. Infants' Heavy Weight Worsted Honso Sacqnes, in white, blue and brown, finished with ribbon, at........... 92c. Infants' Long nud Short Dresses, a Manufacturer's Bamplo lino, made of fiiio nainsooks, oambrio, otc, with different styles of yokes, plain and trimmed shirts, at only.......... 75cM 87c, 98c, SI.25, up to S2.75. Cloaks, in embroidered fine patterns  and new Infants' Long cashmere, goods, nt.. S3.50, $4.50, $5.00, S6.00, up SI3.00. to Children's Coats, in oashmores. Bilk, plush, plaids, fanoy stripes, eider down, eto., at.......................... $2.75, S3.SO, $4.00, $4.50, $4.75, $5.50, $6.00, up to $12.00. Ladies' Walking Skirts, with Hamburg Euffle and oluBtor of tuoks, full siso, at.......................... 75c. and 87 l-2c. Ladies' Walking Skirts, oambrio raffle, with torohon laoo insertion and ruffle, at........................ Ladies' Drawers with hem and tuoks, also oambrio ruffles, full siso, yoke bandB, ortra quality, at.......... Ladies' Mothor Hubbard Night Gowns, 3 stylos tnokiiig, finished with oambrio raffle on nook and sleeves, full sizo, at....................... 94c. 45c. 50c. Ladies' Plain Mother Hubbard Night Gowns, double yoke back and front, turn over collar, yoke, slecvos and oollar finished with feather odgo, alBo yokes with different styles tucking, Hamburg edge on nook and sleeves, at.......................... 75c Ladios' Oambrio Night Gowns, V nook front of 20 olnntoro of 4&iotuoks, tuoked back, fine French edge on neok and sloovos, a wonderful bargain, at only............,...... Worth 85 cts., at only PER __YARD. For Sale in, Our Silk Department. 100 PIECES Black Silk Finished 190 PIECES All-Woe! ClMiot In Plush Jackets and Reefers we offer an immense assortment, beautifully trimmed ivith Astrachan and, Fur, at Sic.00, $20.00 c25.00 and c32.00. J In rich Scotch effects, never before sold for less than 50 cts., at only 80 PIECES 46-Inch All-Wool Worth 70 cts., at only 100 PIECES AH-Seik At only Three Bargains in $(.00 Ladies' Night Gowns, in numerous stylos, with fine tuoked yokos, also yokes of fine insortion and tuoks, fine Hamburg edge on nook and sleeves, at.................. SI.OO Ladies' Chemises, tuoked yokes, with tuoks and insertion, at with corded hands also pointed yokos, 50c. Infants' Surah Silk Embroiderod Caps, all new stylos, at............... 37c, $1.00, $1.25, $1.50, $1. np to $3.50. 75, Children's Silk Plush Bonnets and Hats, at.......................... $1.35, $1.50, $1.87, $2.25, $5.00. up to Colored Skirts. Ladies' Domet Flannel Skirts, at......  42c. Ladios' Heavy Weight Pattern assorted colors, at ......... :irts, 89c. Ladies' Heavy Woight, Fanoy Stripe and Plaid Flannel Skirts, at.......... $1.36 Corset Covers, in Val, Torohon and Hamburg trimmings, high and pointed yokes, fine oambrio, extra quality, at 75c. Worsted Goods. Ohildron's Worstod Skirts, assorted colors, at....................... 39c. and 49c. 100 pieoes All-Silk Blaok Faille Francaiso, worth 85 cts,, at only 69c. Por Yard, 80 pieces All-Silk  Blaok Satin EhadameB, worth $1.16, at only. 150 piooes Colored Faille Franoaiso, dress quality, worth $1,25, at only ...,................... Per Xard, $1.00 Per Yard, LadieB1 Worsted Skirts, assorted colors, also Fine Quality Worstod Jaokets, at.......................... 75c. Ladies' Assorted Worsted Skirts, oial bargain, at....... , a spe- 99c. CLEVELAND IS 1892. Dr. Everett Names Him Winchester. at At the Same Time He Demolishes Republican Arguments. Proud of His Eeoord as a Youth and of His Ancestors. Winchester, Nov, i.-The Democrats of this Uiwii rallied in great strength in tho Town Hall tonight to indorse the nominees of the ]iurty on the Stale ami congressional tickets. Before the meeting; oponed there was u liand conceit, and during the intervals of the speaking the AYiiicliesier orchestra fur-uitihed a concert. The meeting: was called to order hy Ftrd K. French, who, after reading a long liEt of vice-president:-., and secretaries, as chairman of the evening, introduced iJr. William Kverett.the Jirst vjicak, i. Dr. Jivereti said that he iva* (.'lad to conic back anions.; the eiti/.en.s of Winchester, his old home, ailer the iriiliuir interval of L'O yeai>. He hud left Winchester to go in Harvard I'tiivers'.ty to take care ui .some, young men. a;noi:B whom was the |>res(-Bt representative Jrom the sixth dts-tre t. He loved all connected ^ith the district, to which he belonged hy ancestry and u-i-ieiice, it having been the home of las l,n>ho.,d and manhood. He intended to lie true to the ]>rinci|'!es Mlsjc!. animated his ancestor from Charle.- Ladios' Fine Quality Worstod Jaokets, all colors, at................... _ S7c, JBI.OO, $1.37 l&OO pieces Colored China Silks, to be offered Ods week at prices ranging froiHgflS cents up to $1.25 per yard. o A Wonderful Bargain! 1 lot Satson Corsets, in whito, black, drab, pink and bice, top flossed with silk, 5-liooU stools, double side stoels and well-boned, actually worth $1,25, to bo offered by us on Monday, at only................ c9c. In a complete lincof new fall shades, and retailed elsewhere at 75 cts., to be offered by us on Monday at only Special fed! We have just, received, Steamer Samaria, 147 per Of which there are NO DUPLICATES, and ive shall open them on our retail counters on Monday morning at 8 a. in. These are the very latest styles, selected by our resident Paris buyer, and ladies who wish to gel something EXCLUSIVE in fine dress goods should be on hand early Monday. Great Clearance Sale of At an average Reduction in Price of All Silk Blade Spanish Guipure Laces. Are by far the best Plush Garments sold in this city at this price. They have superior quality seal ornaments and linings, and ive guarantee a perfect "fit. Don't pu/r chase a $25.00 Plush Sacque until you have seen ours. We also offer a splendid assortment of Plash Sacques, in higher grades, sizes 32 to 50 inches, at $30.00, $35.00, $42.00 and $50.00. We desire to call particular attention to oivr stock of Imported Velvet Plush Wraps and Long Garments, in beautiful embroidered effects, as they are the best made and most perfect fitting ever shown by us. The prices are $50.00, $75.00, $100.00 up to $175.00. We Wish to Gentlemen   ALL   THEIR GLOVES, and our To do so will be By all those who call at our Gentlemen's Furnishing Department on Monday, as they ivill Such Bargains in Gentlemen's Gloves as ivill convince them that our store is not only the place to Their gloves, but the place to By purchasing their gloves of UPHOLSTERY DEPT. Or Chenille Curtains, all netv patterns and choice colorings, tvhich are hctually tvorth $10.00 and $11.00, to be offered by us (his week at only China Ware, Glassware, Sliver Ware, Crockery, Cutlery, Dinner Sets, Lamps, Clocks, <&c, To.BeSoldby Us This Week, AT FIGURES Wliich Will If you will simply come in and exarivine the items advertised belozv, you will be convinced that we UNDERSELL ALL COM PETITORS. On Washington Street Floor. In Our Balcony. Hand-Painted Eoal China Fruit Plates, regular prioe 10 ots,, onr prioo..... Silver Hated Medium Knives, nana! prioe $1.26 per set, our price par sat only............ ............ 87c. Silver Plated Medium Forks, plated on 18 per oent, niokel silver, usual prioe $1,76 per sot, ourprioo per set only.. $1,13 Qnadrnplo Silver Plated and Hand Engraved Tea Sots, consisting of Tea rot. Sugar B6wl| Gold-Lined dreamer and Spoon Holder, regular prioe olse-whoro $15.00 por set, our epeoial prioe only....................$7.88 Colored Optlo GlasB Salt, and Popper Bottles, witb. triple plated caps and shaker, usual prioe 19 ots,, our prioe only.-......................... Hand-Painted Eustio Umbrolla. Stands, usual price $2,50, our price only... .$1.75 1 lot 2 inolios wide, worth 12 ots,, at... 1 lot 2% inohos wide, worth 21 ots,, at.. 1 lot 3% inohos wide, worth 30ots,, at., 1 lot 5 inches wide, worth 4fi ots,, at... 1 lot 7 inohes wide, worth 50 ots,, at.... 4c. 7c. 10c. 15c. 17c. Black,Chantilly Laces. 1 lot 3J-4 inohes wide, worth 30 ots., at. 1 lot 4M inolios wide, worth 40 ots., at. 1 lot 6 inohes wide, worth 50 ots., at... 15c. 20c. 25c. While Laees. 1 lot ZJ/3-Iuoh Vionna Point White Laco, worth 9 oto,| at................    3c. 2 lots 3 and 8%-Inoh Puritan Point White Lace, worth 12 and 15 ots., at only....................4-C. and 5c. 1 lot 2Vi!-Incb. Van Dyke Val. White Lace, worth 12 ots,, at...........    Sc. 1 lot 4V2-IJioh ITormandio Val, Whito Laoo, worth 20 ots,, at only.....12 I-2C. 1 speoial lot 8-Inch Cream, All Silk Van Dyko Laoo, regular prioo $1, onr speoial prioe only............... 25c. This is THE the season. BARGAIN of I'or Window Curtains, a Wonderful Bargain at only II A mannfaoturor'o samples, vory fine qualities, at only PER SAMPLE. Our Great, LACE CURTAIN Sale of medium, and fine grades to be continued this week. All lots under 10 pairs of a pattern have been MARKED DO WN in order to close them out at once. A great chance for Bargains if yon come early. railroad news stand, amrmtr the novels and newspapers, the MoKinloy tariff, act was to be found. It is asked for, bought and read by the people. It was never heard of before that tho people of America wanted to buy an act of Congress, This showed that tho people were really beginning to think for themselves. i.i w the e Tie -aJU. Ud � if    T; en lie signed the Constitution, and -id to defend that   '.mdeisic.nu them must llLe ol liov. t \ cr. hich iiiid '.ulij.   *'ii w as lie\t t v fl The K-.-publican orators say that the taril't is settled, and that therelore the people must tit quietly down under it, but the !>.>ple.eay no, and insist on discussing it to its fullest exu-at. If ihe oeople dosttuly it and can understand it-although Mr. Cundler say.-> it take- more than one. man to do so- they will lind glarim,' facts. They will find thai the woulltn, cotton and iron fecaks have In en heavily marked up, sometimes even to r,[i per cent., a I'.i'niiA nev;r before known.. When the Kepul'lieaiih claim a larjie tree list, they refer to on � cf this country     had      been      unsettled      lor Per Pair. On 3Ionday morning at 8 o'clock ive shall offer 250 Dozen Men's English Cape Gloves, in the neioest red and tan shades, for street and driving, with the latest spear-point backs and one patent fastener, at only PER PAIR. Actually worth Sl.BQ. Men's Pinost Quality English Town Matte Gloves, for street wear, in London tana and mahogany oolors, two patent fasteners, positivoly worth $1,50, at only---- 69c. Men's Imported Gloves, with narrow stitoh-ing and the latest style bftofei in English reds and tans, with two patent fasteners, actually sold olsowhero at $1,50 per pair, our prioo only..'.......,.......... _        $8.00 Hen's Extra Fiuo Quality GloveB, ono of tho very best known makes, in handsome red and tan shades, the very latest styleB of baoks, for street and driving, with ono or two patent fasteners, actually sold elsewhere at $1.75 per pair, our price only.. __ Sfl.25 Mon's Finost Qnality_ Pique Sown Gloves, tvlth narrow embroidery and now spear-point baoks, in the newest and handsomest shades of English reds and tans, aottinlly sold elsowhero at $2(00 par pair, our prioo only.................... ss.so "Fowne's" Genuine Craven Tan Gloves, ovory pair stamped as above, and aotually Bold elBowkore at $2,00, our prioo only..... __        SI.50 The above named Gloves at $1.00, $1.25 and $1.50 are our REGULAR goods, and customers will always, find them in stock in a full line of colors and sizes, and, moreover, they can SAVE 50 CENTS PER PAIR on every pair, if purchased from its. One A/wortod Lot of Baskets, Vases, Bisque Figuioa and other piooes of Brio-a-Brao, aotually worth from 25 ots. to 75 ottl, each, to be plaood on a SPEOIAL BABGAHf TABLE, and all offered at only.... ...... (Oc. French Marble and Alabaster' 8-Day 01oQ,ks, striking hour and half-hour on Cathedral gong, visible escapement, gold and other fanoy dials, WARRANTED, regular retail prioes elsewhere from $20.00 to $40,00, our speoial prioe only.............. .SI5.00 Salad Castors Warranted q; u a d-ruple Bilver plated on hard white metal, regular prioe $5.00, our prioo only $2.90 In Oivr Basement. Imported Blown Engraved Table Tnm- blerei regular prioe 10 ots,, our prioe.    5c. Fire Polished Imitation Out Glass Oil Bottles, a variety of pa.ttornB, regular piloe 20 otB,, our prioo......9c� Fire Polished Celery Trays, regular prioe 25 ots,, our price...............    12c. Flint Blown Glass Table Tumblers, full size, worth 75 ots, per dozen, our , prioe per dozen................ 39c. Star Salt and Pepper Shakers, regular prioo 76 ots, per doson, onr prioe per dosen........................ 24c. 7-Inoh Fancy Flower Pota, worth 26 ots., at.................10c. White Ohina, Square Shape Butter Plates, worth 30 ots, per doson, our prioe por dozen only...................    I7C. White China Pres6rvo Sauoors, regular prioo 75 ots, por dosen, our prioe per dozen only...................  50c. '^H7BftaW8ilffrffiaWVfff 5 BALES Japanese Imari Festoon Fruit Platos, size EBB 81-inohes, regular prioe 20 ots,, our price................. Hand-Deoorated Boal China Bone Plates, regular prioe 20 ots,, our prioo....... Japanese Water Drop Toa Pots, 3 sizes, regular prioes 17,19 and 21 ots,, our prioo for any size only.,, Hand-Deooratod Eoal China- Oannole Cream Pitchers, regular prioo 25 **" ourprioe................. ots,, Hand-Deoorated Seal China After Dlnnor Cups and Saucers, regular prioe 26 cts,,our prioe................. Hnnd-Deoorsted Eoal China Ovide Tea Cups  and Sauoers, regular prioo 37 ots.j our prioo................. Decorated Bread and Milk BetH, ,3 pieoes, regular price 50 ots., onr prioe..... Decorated Ioe Cream Sets, 13 pieoes, regular prioe $1,76, our prioe...... Hand-Painted Eeal China Oraoker Jars, regular prioo $1.00, our'prioa..... So, 12c, 10c. 12c. ISO, 15c. I9c. 25c. 97c. 62c. Hand-Paiatod Eeal China Water RtoherBr half-gallon size, regular prioe $1.25, our prioo.... .................. 50c. Newport Natural Baking Shells, regula? prioe $1,20 per doz., our price per dozi only..................... 50c. Japanese Imari Tea Pots, regular prioe 75 otB,, our prioo............... 50c. First Quality Fienoh China. Dinner Sets, beautifully' hand ' dpoorated, 138 pieoes, rogular prioe $40,00 per set, our prioe per set only.......$25.00 In Our Basement. Parlor Vase lamps, Square shaped, bisque flnish-detaohable fount, trimmed com. plete with Miller's duplex humeri marked down for tiria speoial sale from $4,22, to only S2.5D Hall Lamps, polished brass trimmings, complete, with etohed globes, worth $2,00, at only................. Niokel Plated Banquet Lamps} trimmed oomplete with oentre draught burner and 10-iuoh linen umbrolla shade, regular prioe $5,00, ourprioe...... SI.29 $3.15 Every Rug a ROYAL BARGAIN, and actually worth $18.00, to be offered on Monday at only Japanese Odorless Fur Rugs, in white and gray, at only each. Polishod Brass or Silver Belief Piano, Lamps, large tables, trimmed oom-plotojwith oentre draught burner and 14-inoh linen umbrella shade, regular prioo $20,00, our prioe.......$14.75 Eioh Donlton and Minton Dinner Sets, whioh aro incomplete, to be sold in odd piooes at half the oost to manufacture. WANTED, Experienced Saleswomen in our Book Department. Apply at Superintendent's office. WANTED, Smart, intelligent Saleswomen in our Crockery and Glasswave Department. Apply at Superintendent's Office. WANTED, Smart, intelligent Saleswomen in Our Kttcli* en Furnishing Goods Department. Apply at Superintendent's office. a lonrr period of yours, because tho tariff of 1883 was unsatisfactory. Tho effect of that tariff was to increase tno surplus. The rich were growing: richer; the poor, poorer. Something must be done. The Republicans cry that the Democrats would not pass a bill while in power, but this was false. A Republican Senate had blocked their every effort. The Republican Senate had blocked the Morrison bill and the Mills bill. AVliat had the Republicans done when they ffot into power? Tlicy had passed a bill, improperly introduced by the Senate, which should not introduce revenue, bills. All along tho Republicans had blocked Democratic legbOntinn, and now Mr. l.oduc. taunts the Democrats with failure to legislate. The McKinley bill was passed in the interest of protected industries only,' was passed withuuc proper debate, and rushed thixmah the President's hands in a hall' finished state. That was tho bill which tho Republican orators say it is improper to discuss. He would remind the Republicans that their party was founded by those who protested asainst a law of the land that was settled--the fugitive- slave law, because it was wrong. The Republican party can afford to eo hack to its own beginnings and learn a lesson. Tlii' cry of no discussion will not bold. As long as a law is wrong there will be a prnt est. The price of goods has gone up. and f be people will know the reason why. Notwithstanding tho assertion of Henry Cabot Lodge and the other members ol the Republican party that it is not the McKinley bill which advanced prices, it was so, and was evidently so to any sane man. Dr. Everett then spoke of the falsity of the doctrine that cheap goods made cheap men. lie said ttiat economy was the American principle from Uie days of Franklin and �Washington down tt> the present. The worship of money hail taken possession of sonic, hut could nut hi1;'.. Alter dealing wiili the question of scholars and college professors in politics, tiio speaker took up the leaking of the tariff, and showed bow, in the contest between laxiuion atei reia.\a;ion, taxation had won. because l'< uusyhuuiu wanted it, as she bad always lit-m the time ilicit one of her representatives had brought for the li'.'^t time in lids country the principle of protection, haying aside tie'  tii.ns aflecting Massuchusett>. and iVi.tiNvlvauia, any impartial person would say thai in a case cf tuxi>tii>;i vs. rela.\niii>)i. taxation was liKtly tobs' wrong. heeaii-,e it was agaiu~i freedom. American-* were lor freedom in ;d] canes, 'The ,--p\-al;cr paved hi;- t;. speet-; to Lliiah A. Morse uml his ciuy am! Candler and Lis sulphuric a.id. lie indoiseil Willium 1". Russell's view on the hide iiucsliou. which he bud studied tor four >vai>. lb- refuted Mr. Lodge'.-, t'fuury of by-producti e.ud a couipi'omi-.e tariff that should help Pennsylvania at tho expense of tho rest of tho country. He closed by saying that if tho Lodge force bill did not preoipitate a civil war it would not bo its fault; it certainly would foster riots mid bloodshed. The Republican party had trifled with a groat trust., and should be rebuked by the election of the ticket Vhloh was headed by W. IC. Russell in Massachusetts, and would be headed in i.8'J^ by Grover Cleveland, the next president. Dr. Everett then left for Medford, where he was to speak later. The next speaker was A. F. Siso of Medford, Democratic candidate for senator from the first Middlesex district. Before introducing this gentleman Chairman French road a stirring letter from Hon. l'\ O. Prince, in which he stated his regrets at not beingable to be presens at the meeting, and indorsed the nominees of the 1 'jhf.Siso spoke of Mr. Russell's election as being assured, and then compared tho various candidates for Congress nominated bv both parlies. He paid a high tribute to the noble stand taken by Andrew and O'Neill in the last congress and predicted success for the party. He spoke of the lobby evil and the manly stand of Mr. Russell in stating what he would have done had ho been in Gov. Brackett's place. Ho stated that Mr. Lodgo had claimed to model bis life on that of Alexander Hamilton, and quoted passages from Lodge's "lil'o of Hamilton" as refuting his present position in regard to the tariff. Frank E. Hatch of Medford followed. He announced himself as a convert from Republicanism, and gave the reasons of his conversion. He rebuked Mr. Greenltalge and exposed the evils of Quay ism. He said that tiie ,voting men wore cntei'-ing the Democratic party by scores in order to protest against Republican iulnmy. The greater part of his remarks ivcre addressed to Republicans, to whom, he thought, he bud a special right to sneak. In (dosing he referred to the dangerous precedent of giving to the President the power to impose taxes upon his single judgment. Hon. .lobn �). Donovan of Lowell was the last speaker. Ho opened by paying a glowing tribute to Dr. hvcrett's ability and then discussed the issues of the campaign in a forcible and eloquent manner. The meeting was most entbusiiu tic throughout, and broke up with three cheers for the Democratic candidates. A large number of iailie.i were present as interested auditors. PROUD  OF HIS HOME. Dr. Everett Demoiishc-i; He-publican Ar-Kumcnls at Medford. Miwu"�:'.'. Nov. l.-The   Democrats of Midfeid hehl tlieii necoiul rally v.f ilu, campaign iliis evening, and a musing one it was. For half an hour previous to tho rally tho Arlington band discoursed patriotic music in the square. John Crowley, chairman of tho town committee, called the mooting to order and read the following list of officers: President, William C. Wait; vice-presidents, Albert F. Sise, Horace D. I-ladloy, Ira H. Ballon, Edmund Sisk, William H. Casey, belong"imd" members of Medford Tariff Reform Club. Representative nominee W. C. Wait was introduced as tho presiding ottieor. He was received with applause, and, after excusing himself for not making any formal address, introduced Frank E. Hatch as the first speaker. Mr. Hatch was greeted with generous applause, and made a rattling address, paying particular attention to jhe record of .Speaker Reed, contrasting his obstructionist tactics in the 4;(th, -Mlth and fiOth Congresses, and his bullying and quorum counting methods in the cist. His sharp wit; and cutting allusions to the last session of Congress brought down tho house. Ho was cut short in his remarks, being obliged to go to Winchester. Hon. John J. Donovnn was introduced as a man who had made a brilliant record as Mayor of Lowell. After paying a compliment to Dr. Everett he asked it there.was anything in the record of Henry Cabot Lodge that bad helped the sixth district or the industries of New England. Ho did not desire to traduce Mr. Lodgo. In his early life he gave promise of a brilliant noonday, but the Lodge of tho 51st Congress was not the same as in 187(1, 1B80 and JS84. if be had pride in his district or in the industries of Massachusetts he never made it manifest in the late session, in his speech at Faneutl Hall Mr. Lodge asked for a re-fclcclion. first, because bo wanted to vote for Tom Reed ; second, on tho grounds of humanity. He put Tom Rbed before the interests of t he people. The fiery cross that called the clans in Scotland also carried another waru- 1'he tariff was discussed, and in the course of it Dr. Everett appeared, and his appearance was the signal for tho wildest enthusiasm. Dr. Everett said: 'lli-w is a place where 1 am at home, whatever can be said of other parls of the district. Here 1 .spent many years of my childhood and a part of my manhood. In the words of your historian, Rev. Charles Brooks. T love old Medford.' "You know mo here: genf-riitiou alter generation oi' niy ancestors have lived here. $u>,(KK> in premiums given away, pamphlet in each package of Savkha. Boo _________ people.    You  have watched their growth from small beginnings. You know thorn, and you know that no stain o� dishonor ever rested on tho name from which I sprung. I have been taunted by a citizen of this town, and I will pay attention to him later on. Tho Republicans, for want of hotter arguments, have taken to abusing our candidates, but they don't say anything about Col. Codman or his war .record. They let him alono. Andrew is abused because he is not a Republican, like his father. John A. Andrew broke from the Whig parly because it was not up to tho times, and the son broke from the Republican party because it is not up to the times, just as his father would have him do if be hud lived. "Sherman Hoar, they say, is too young to go into the! harness. That is not the trouble. Tho Republican party want the young men and will show them favor if they will only mind the crack ol the party whip, but the moment they show any independence they aro too young and they don't them ENCOURAGES THE DBALEES. 'ant "They accuse me of not heing filled with that true spirit that tho Republicans want in Congress. I am not in favor of the force bill. 1 am a national man and a Union man, and in national legislation would consider the whole country, lam tauntedwil.li having an hereditary fciint in my blood--that Edward Everett had too much love of slavery. I can say to the author of that taunt that it is not creditable to hisgooa sense or his patriotism. "My father's subserviency to the slavo power 1 call loyalty to the Union and the Constitution. That charge was made in 18fet, but 1 toll those men that don't know it, that this is I8!)l) and not ltKIO. 1 am proud of being descended from the Union man of 18UI), who would rebuke the fanaticism of the extremists on both s;des. "Now that ".hero is a fair chance of the race uuwstion dying out in the .South, your representative in Congress would past a law that would set the negro against the white man and stir up sectional disorder. 1 say let justice be done to every man and every man have his vote counted, but let it he done under the federal system and under State laws. "The new forco bill, that puts it in the power of Federal judges and supervisors to Settle elections, is against .Stale law and destroys State rights and State lines, and will leave elections to a political jnniii at Washington. "it is singularly unworthy of Gov. Robinson to come out from bis retirement to Fanuui] Hall and sneer at tho aririuueuts for tariff reform. Let him sneer, if he will, but be knows the diilt is towards thcDoiuo-cratic party. It is always the old Republican that is going to vote the Democratic ticket." The tariff was then dtscufsed, and the same argument used as at Winchester. Dr. Evtrett closed his last spvcch of the �UU-Pitigu tsiuid tremendous applause. Horse Bales Brisk and Prioes Buling at a Profitable Mark. Yesterday thero was a repetition of the usual Saturday scenes at tho auction sales at the various horse markets. The supply of extra fine drivers has run short.and good prices on this grade of animals have been the rule during the week. Common and inferior stock has been in abundance and sold slow. Hale Brothers & Wallace, who rocently opened their stublo on Trovers St., bad a brisk and satisfactory sale during the early hours, with prices falling oft' a littlo toward the close of tho sale. Some of the consigned stock sold at rock bottom, but most of it went well. About tho middle of tho month Halo Brothers contemplate a special sale of hue trotting stock. J. C. Richardson told the reporter that about 80 head of all grades had passed under the hammer for prices that on tho whole were satisfnetorv. "Next Wednesday," said he, "we will hold a special sale of fancy stock from Kentucky. It will ho the feature of tho fall market. Eighty head arrived today." Edgar Snow & Co. yesterday did a rattling business from opening to close. Prices ran from $190 to tho lowest notch of SiB, the last being for a second-hand animal. Mr. Snow's business has reached the high water mark, about IIOO head passing under the hummer arid sold at private sale. Welch It Hall have done a good business during the we'k, closing out a first-class stock at both sales, as well as disposing of  () head to individual purchasers at private sale. Moses Coleman & Sons' reported yesterday's business as being satisfactory, but wil.ii iiric.-s ruling low. C. 1. Walker held the usual successful Saturday salo to good crowds, and disposed of many second-band carnages at good prices. Henry S. Han-is & Co. bad large crowds all day, and held a long-continued sale, disposing of about oil head of all grades. 15. Ham & Co. continue to do a successful business, with hirgelv increasing sabs from week to week. Tho stock offered lias been most!}' of selected grades, and prices have ruled well. Many retail sales have been made with satisfactory results to purchasers. On the whole the situation of the Boston homo market is very encouraging to dealers'. following were appointed a committoo to report at the next meeting. Dec. 0, apian of permanent organization: Luther Farnham, Rev. Arthur Little, Charles F. Kittredge, Samuel L.. Powers, Both I*. Smith, George Fred Williams, Isaac F. Paul. Dartmouth Alumni at the Trctnont. At a inciting of tho Dartmouth Lunch Club ;il the Trcniont House yesterday tho Major's CEMKNT,Mt  to t! dully; Wednesday and Saturday evening; Sunday. 10 to 1.  [8]   KuTThS*   n2 WEAKNESS FF CAUSE CUBED AT THE SANATORIUM . . 282 Columbus At. _ Coumiltntlon Free from H toS.ilO. ABOUT 151RDCAGES--N0. 59. "A bird that can sing and won't sing ought to be"-put in a HENDRYX CAGE, and then he is sure to sing. Can't help it.   

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