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   Boston Daily Globe (Newspaper) - December 9, 1890, Boston, Massachusetts                                Mark an X That is one way to votef another mj Is to send in'GLOBE Ooupons. i   VOL. XSXVIIL-Is^O. 162. BOSTON,., iUESD 11   MOKNING, DECEMBER 9, 1890.~TEN PAGES. PRICE TWO CENTS. We offer for the consideratHoii of Intending purchasers of Household and irollday Goods the following Immense bargains. ' REMUMBiilR, all goods hought of us To any city pp town where there is a railroad freight station, In Maine, Wow Hampstilrc, Massachusetts, Khodc Island op Connecticut. VHim you consider the fact tiint we hare nearly nil filled with new, fresh goods, you must conclude that we can offer a better assortment thnu any other house in our line in this country. Each season brings its changes In styles of House Furnishings and ornamentations, and the immense volume of our business Insures tlie freshness of our stock. We can, of course, give you here but an InKllng of the many different styles and lines of goods that we are offering, but If you will call and Inspect our Btooh yon will feel satlsflcd that you can do better with us than at any other establishment in our lino of business. "Wb will first call your attentioa to 'our line of Smpa Hop. "We make the following prices, and owing to the state of the market on these goods we must reserve the right to advande the price at any time after Deo. 13. SMYKITA EXTGS, 26 in, wide, S2.00 SMYEIA EUGS, 30 in. wide, S2.S0 SMYEU'A BUGS,-36 in, wide, c3,75 Bemember these are not JOB LOTS or old stock, hut new fresh, goods, and wore hought in an immense order and at a very low prioe, which enables us to offer them at the above figures. "We show a most varied assortment of fanoy desks and secretaries, and thi? season has been productive of many new artistic finishes. We offer you a drop leaf walnut finished desk for only r9.00, and from this price the advance is gradual up to the dainty gold Btippled desk.of the time of Louis XVI, Also a full line of ofGioe desks, both roll and cylinder top, office chairs, book-oases, &o,, at rook bottom prices. Our irt Oepartinept ^ Contains a PULL and COMPLETE LINE OF STEEL EUGEAVINGS, WATEE OOLOES, OIL PAnfTUfSS, all handsomely framed and ready to hang upon the wall, Also imported Satsuma, Tyson and Tokio Vases, Jars, Plates, Bohn ware. Statuettes, &o,, &o,, &o. It will well repay you to give us a oall and see this beautiful array of b'Jauty and color, and we want this fact understood, that you will not have to pay us any fanoy art store prices, Fanoif M\m. If you oorae in, ask for these goods. Your eye will rane;e over a greater number of these goods than you ever before saw under one roof. They are upholstered in raw and spun silk, silk and crushed plitsh brooatelle, leather^ &o, &o,, &o, and the prices which we quote on them are such as should clean out the entire lot in a very short time. The Eookers are finished in AlfT. OAK, OLB EIGLISH OAK, LIGHT AND DAEK CHEEEY, CANAEY, MALACHITE, OEEMOM, AND XVL OEI-TUEY. PEIOESEUNFEOMS3.00 DP. Easy and rs. 'So room or house is complete without one or more of these home comforters, and our assortment is unsurpaBsed, Prom the Student Chair at S3.50 to the elaborate Booker at S75.00, �;ives a wide range of prices, and we know wo can please you if you will call and see our line, In this-assortment are over 25 different patterns of Morris Chairs, which are worthy of dose in-cpeotion. Lounges and Sofa Beds covered in Brooatelle Dam-Tapestries and Plush, Bed Lounges in Brocatello, Plush, Velour, Carpet, Eamie and Hair Cloth, &o., prices from S50.00 up. Lounges in threat variety at S3.50 up. Lliieral Hoyss Fornlsliers, 827 WASHINGTON ST, 827 cou^ coaiMo?; ex. BOSTON. MASS. Wo have over 200 , Sampled on one floor, with prioee ranging from SIO.OO to S750.00. They are finished in Natural, Antique and old English Oak and- Ash, XVI, century, Cremona, Malachite, Light and Dark Mahogany, Walnut, Cherry and Pine, ANIOE ANTIQDE OAK FINISHED Set, sas.oo. A WALNUT SET, MAEBLE TOP, And all other prices to correspond, We carry a line that will suit all tastes and all pookets, from a 6-pieo6 sei at ^2S.Q0 to a 4-piece set at $4.00.TO. White enamel and gilt sets and odd pieces,' Parlor Sets in Silk Plush, Parlor Sets in Crushed Plvish. Parlor Sets in Embossed Plush. Parlor Sets in Brooatelle, Parlor Sets in Silk Tapestry. Parlbr Sets in Satin. Parlor Sots in Haircloth, &o,, &C,) &c. A full, and poiaplete line of ^CarpetS; Oil Cloths, &o,, bought before the recent advance, and now in stock, AXMINSTEES, WILTONS, MO-QUETTES, BODY BEUSSELS, TAP-ESTEIES, ALL WOOLS AND INGE AINS, at prices ranging from 25c. PEE YAED up. We have the largest and best lighted carpet hall of any house in our line in this city, and selection of colors and erades leaves nothing to be desired. Why wUl you keep an old, worn out range which is a constant source of annoyance, when we can sell you a new one for so little money? An inspection of our stock will convince you that v/e are in a |)osition to meet all demands in this line. A SINGLE OVEN EAN6E, $!4..00. A DOUBLE OVENEANGE,S20.00. A NICE PAELOEHEATEE, S3.50. And from these figures the prices gradually advance as the size and quality of the article increases. BE SUEE AND SEE US WHEN YOU WANT A EAN6E OE HEATEE, English and American DINNEE SET6^, TEA SETS and TOILET SETS. We show a large line at very reasonable prices. ENGLISH DECOEATED DINNEE SETS,S3.00. ENGLISH DECOEATED TEA SETS, $4.00. ENGLISH DECOEATED TOILET SETS, $$�.50. "TIME IS MONEY." Save both by coming direct to us for anything in this line, in great variety. EOGBES' SILVEE PLATED KNIVES, FOEKS and SPOONS, CABTEES, CAKE BASKETS, WATEE PITCHEES, TEA SEBVIOES, &o. GLASS TABLE SETS, WATEE BOTTLES, AND, IN PACT, A GEN-BEAL ASSOETMENT OF FUENISH-ING FOE THE DINING AND TEA TABLE. Lamps aofl Clocks. HANGING LAMPS, TABLE LAMPS, BANQUET LAMPS, PIANO LAMPS, of all kinds and qualities, at very low prices. ONYX, MAEBLE, lEON and WOOD OLOOKS, vrith or without ornaments, at prices which insure rapid sales. Lifieral Hoose Fyrnisliers, 827 WASHINGTON ST., 827 co�. coamoN �t., BOSTON*], li^ASS. A full and complete line of SWISS, lEISH POINT AND NOTTINGHAM LACE OUETAINS, CHENILLE AND TUEOOMAN DBAPEBIES AND POE-TIEEESj BED SETS, TABLE COV-EES, &c. WINDOW SHADES, ready made and made to order, at prices ranging from 35c. up. Here your wiU find FEATHEES, SHEETS, PILLOW OASES, BLANKETS, OOMFOETEES, WHITE SPEEADS, PILLOWS, MATTEESSES, &c,, and, while calling attention to this department, let us add that we have a very fine line of Brass and Enamelled Iron Beadsteads, and we know our line is unsurpassed by any exhibited in this city. And we have made up for these beds an especially fine assortment of Mattresses in a new style of fanoy tiok, with Pillows to match. The demand for these goods is constantly on the increase, and we have kept pace with the times and oan show a bewildering assortment, consisting in part of OHAIES, BOCKEES, PAELOE SUITS, CEIBS, MOEEIS CHAIES AND ODD PIECES OF EVEEYDE-SOBIPTION. The goods are finished plain, enamel and gold, bronze, light and dark cherry, XVI, century and in all the new colors. PEIOES EIGHT, Anticipating an increased demand for Fancy Tables this season, we have purehased largely, and if you will call and look them over, you will be surprised at the variety of shapes and styles. We have them in BEASS, WITH ONYX TOPSli in GILT, WITH HAND-DECOEATED TOPS and SHELVES, and in ALL KINDS OF WOODS AND FINISHES, AND IN ALL SIZES AND SHAPES.. You cannot help but be suited with what we will show you. I PILLAE AND COMMON EXTENSION TABLES, DINING CHAIES IN CANE ANDLEATHEE SEATS, SIDE-BOAEDS, SIDE TABLES, BUTLEES' STANDS AND TEAYS, a great variety of styles, in all kinds of finishes. We show you over 75 DIFFEEENT STYLES OF SIDEEOAEDS, over 25 DIFFEEENT STYLES OP TABLES, and nearly 100 DIFFEEENT STYLES OF DINING CHAIES. IF YOU COME TO US FOE GOODS, YOU WILL MAKE NO MISTAKE. Hall Foreiturii Consisting of HALL STANDS, HALL SETTEES, HALL BOXES, MIEEOES, BACKS, Etc. AH styles, all woods, all finishes. Sideiioarcl Beds, Mantel Beds, Ohiffonnlere Beds, Portiere Beds, And everything else that is needed to furnish a house from attic to collar. WHATEVEE YOU MAY WANT IN THE WAY OF A USEFUL HOLIDAY GIFT, COME TO US, AND YOU WILL PEOB ABLY FIND IT INOUElSTOOK; AND, IF YOU DO, YOU WILL SAVE YOUESELF FEOM 10 PEE CENT. TO 20 PEE CENT, \ and, if you do not find the article you are looking for, you will probably find something else that will fill the bill. Easy Terms When Desired. Lilieral House Furnlsliers, 827 WASHINGTON ST., 827 COB. COMMON ST., BOSTON,  MABB. CONTEMTS OF^TODAY'S GLOBE. MuotiiiR Fodovation oi I,al)or tlologatos; Gomiiovs' arldveaa; .Socialist movomcut de-batcci. Wondoll Phillips honored in FanouilHall. Kc.publican vally in Fauouil Hall. ^\"n�a manulaclurevs m*ot with the avowed object of foi'ming a trust to adranoo pv^oes. Worlt of Massaohusotta Prison Assoojation in aidine dischai'gud convict.i. I'aae 4. Opening of tho ftiir of tho 2d Coi-psof Cadets at Saleui. Annual roport of intorstoto oonimoi'ce ooramission. Pago 5. C!indidntC8 bBing pliiood for souvenirs! fricndsljoominsfriends; Eurpriscsrromisod b'^foro tho vvooU Qnds; result of yesterday's poll. Reed on financial situo.tion; Andrew's hunt for poiision papora; Miller and Biiprotno Court bench. Fase o. Interview with Mr. Parnell; aotion of aooedcrs. Big' strike in Olark thread mills at Kearney, N. J. I"�Ito '7. Harvard,foot ball celebration, banquet at tho Revere. Godfrey offered big money to meet KU-rniui sports in goiieral. Russian Nihilists on trial, many ol tliem tried in batolios; Irish members present a solid front in the House of Commons. Suvoral failures In the hat trade in Now York and Philadelphia. Two surprises in the Senate; Hoar moves a final vote on force bill Friday; Gorman's impassioned reply; no opportunity to prevent financial wreck. Democratic rallies in Boston; CNoil and Corcoran took a hand; Germau band played for Morrill; Matthews' election prophesied. THE WEATHEK. �WASnlNOTON.D. 0., Deo, 8.-Forecast till 8 p. m. Tuesday ; For Maine, Now Hampbshire, Vermont fair weather, winds shifting to southerly and warmer; warmer on Wednesday. For Massaohuaotts, Rhode Island and Connooticutlight snows, winds shifting, to southerly and warmer; warmer on Wednesday. For eastern New York, fair weather, except light snow near the coast Tuesday morning, winds shijftlng to southwesterly and warmer! warmer on Wednesday. The Globe's Forooast. The weather ojE Boston and vicinity today will contiuvio cold, partly cloudy to cloudy, and snow flurries may occur; west to north win^s. For northern Now England and the northern coast today, generally fair, without decided ohangoa in temperature, northerly winds. Blue Hill Prediotiona. For Tuesday: Tho indications aro somewhat uncertain, but snow or rain and rising temperature appear probable. The year 1890, before it folds itself away on the shelf of history, beara witness to tlie'most remarkable furniture offer that Boston has ever known. Draw near and examine this piece closely. If you are practical, and can estimate the cost of cabinet worlc, you will by a few figures easily satisfy yourself that these Cabinet Desks ought to cost $ZS to manufacture.   Yet we are taking orders for the next two weeks at just $iy each. The wood is selected Red Oak, cut quartered grain, with brass mountings. ThO'cabinet top has two shelves of full width, with long bevelled mirror of heavy plate glass, and on the sides carved floral decoration. The Desk is spacious, having 2 drawers, 2 book racks, 3 shelves, 4 slides, 3 pigeon holes, and square compartment for ink. The lid- is firmly supported. Beneath the desk is a wide drawer, with curving front, a locked closet having two shelves and two deep outside drawers. This city does not contain a better Christmas gift for $17. P' GANALST.{n�r* al M" D Delegates Get Down to Business. Graier Governor is fariiilj PresijkisJ Gompers SoiiimIs Socialist Party Gome in for Lots of -or- -AKU- Cash or instalments. 1075 to 1079 WastiiRgton St. ITh  �9 Detboit, Mich., Deo. 8.-One himdred men, representing a constituency of 000,-000 people, mot today in Olanson's Hall. They wore the delegates to the 10th annual convention of tho American Federation of Labor, over which President Gompers presided, , Hon. Stephen A. Griggs, president of tho Common Council, reproaoiiting tho mayor, welcomed the dologatos, and urged them to wield carefully the great power vested in tliom. ' President Gomnora, in reply, said that tho ti-ade-txnion movement oontiiined tlio elements of present progress and tuturo hope; that the liberty sought by the wage-earner could be only achieved by himself. There were obstiiclos to bo overcome, projudicos to live down, opposition of interested parties to conquer. Tho watchword of tho crisis of today should be, 'Put none but Americans on guard.' "Wo desire to keep in touch with all of the ti'ue reform Biovcments of today. Our object is to achieve'the greatest good to tho gi'eiflosl; number, and wo thus keep first in view the interest of the wage earner." Tho afternoon was devoted to a business session that proved a lively aud exciting one, andw!tne. t 0110 ba.s innroasod from C to 35 per cent. The non-incroHso iu the one (tho Lusters' Protective Union of America) is attributable to tho fact that a di.sn.strous conftngriition devastated tlio centre of thoiv industry at Lynn, Mass. As a consequence of tho formation of tho national union, he said, 13 now national and international unions wore forniod ^I'itliin the past year, luid two are aljout to hold a convention for tho same purpose within a few days. Of tho aboVe number, eight liavo atliliated to tho Auierlonn Federation ot Laboi', and tho reraaiudor.propose to do so at tiioir next con\'ontioii. During tho year IKit) autlioviTied strikes have taken place, of which 080 wore snc-ceasful, 70 lost and 08 compromiaud. The strikea wore generally for a roduotion in the hours Oi!labor and increase of wages, or tho mainteuaneo of the rights of the worlcors. All report an increase oi wages from, 7 to 35 per cent., except one, the sllk-workers, who report lo3.'.ier earnings, owing to dulnoss of trade. I am moro than convinced that as tlio working people learn to approciato tho Wooflsalty ol Oriiniiization ond tho federation of all, steadier and larger gains will be lortliconiing as the result of our joint efforts, and wo shall bo so much nearer t)io ond-juslioo to all mankind-for which wo eo earnestly strive. He warned tho people who proposed to strike that bluster ivill not win and that they must po in-oparad for wliatovor battle they propo.io. "Such organizations of labor," ho said, "may at tlniea win victories from their om-liloyors, but thoy are generally of a transitory character. AVo must not onlybe right, Out possess the power to onforco that right, and there is no nrguinont so potent with un-D'illing or unfair employers to grunt roason-ablo demands as a well-organlzod trade ifnion, with a well-flllod treasury, to stand them in need sliould a strilco bo necessary to enforce the demand. President Gompers referred In commendation of tho project of an hitoruational congress in 180,1, to bo coincident with the world's fair, under tho ouspieos of the CTnitod Slates government; demanded tho enforcement ot the uiRht-liour law in government work; asked tor a suitable .Federal alien contract labor law, protoatiug against tho amendnionts proposed to tho nill introduced dm'lnp t le lust session of Congress, wliioh he said thwarted tho very pm'pose of tho bill. Ho auggeatod the oxtenaion of the obsorv-anco of Labor day as an annual hoiiday.and warned tliem against child labor, and in this latter cnMuoction lio said ; "Of all tho ilia that mankind sul'fers from tho unjust and cruel tendencies o( modern metliodS'o'f weal th-proilueiug, tho ono that scema to me to rise to horrible proportions is that ot child labor. Our centroa of industry, with tlieir milla, factories and workshops, are teeming with young and innocent children, bending their weary forms ivitii long hours ox daily drudgery, with pinched and wan cheeks and omaoiatod frames, (hi'arfcd both pliysifially aaid men tally, and frotiucnUy driving thorn to premature dociiy and death. "The hope of a porjietnity of free Inatitu-tions is endangorRd wlien tlio rlfiinggonoMi-tion is robbed of tho opportunity to enjoy tho healthful recreations of the play grounds or the mental imiii'ovomonts ol tho school lionae." Ho commended tlio effort,,* of tlie Sailors' and Fii-oineii'a International Union to effect a unity of Tho fiioiifarJMB Criift throughout the world, and said tho effort promised to bo suocosgful. Speaking of labels, ho said: "Frommy experienoo 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 advisable, much good would result." Ho referred to the beneficial oflocts of iiallot reform, aud urged thu extension of tho system until all tho States of tho Union Extra large assortment 6 l-4c. 27 inches wide, olioioe and desirable styles, in oLeoks, plaids and stripes, 12 l-2c. 55 Dew styles on indigo blue grounds, 30 inches wide, fine assortment   .   � 12 l-2c. 36 inches wide, white Efronnd, extra fine oloth and large assortment.   . 12 l-2c. Wrapper Material, 30 inches wide, exoellent styles, superior quality of oloth, flannel back, 12 J-2c. 30 inches wide, an ezoeptionally fine dress fabric  ,   ,  . .  12 B-2c. 28 inches Wide, extra heavy oloth, in choice and desirable designs .80c. Good style and new work 5c. Unbloaohed Sheeting, 40 inches wide, a superb bargain .... SB-2c. 24 inohes wide, plain colors, in all the popular shades , , . . 61"4c. Cotton Department-32 iuohes wide, imitation Ohina Silk, very fine assortment   .  .   ..... iSc. Curtain Scrim. and 40 inches wide, oream ground fancy woven stripes, new goods . . S,.BO and BSc. We offer a selection of useful, warm, comfortable and elegant garments, all deoidod bargains and desii'able $25.00 Imported jacket for Si5 $15.00 Smported Dress Skirt for $33.00 PIusli Jacket (Marten trimmed)for . SJ? $3.00 Alligator Waterproof for Blanket Wrapper. Good Reefer Jacket Seal PIusli Jacket. Best quality French Felt, mads to order in latest winter styles, former pries $1.26, One lot Colored Fronoh Felta, forms? price $1,00, Best Quality Pull Napped Blaok Fur Beaver Flats, former price $2,50, SEASONABLE AND USEFUL Dofliring to roduoe our vory largo stock boforo takinp inventory, Jannivry Ist, wo have dooidod to maxe a swooping rodnotlou in prloo on onr on-tiro lino of goods and now offer our FOR CENTS AND LADIES. COTTON, WOOL AND SILK TEKTIIRES, KUBBEE BOOTS AND SHOES, EUBBEE TOYS, in fact KTJB-BER GOODS of every description, at Prices Wliich Will Defy All Competition. Every artlolo warranted Waterproof, Odorloao and not affootod by any ohango in temporatnro. are brouelit iuto lino upon this question. He siioKO liitchly ot tlio work ot the or(tnn-i/.ors, and credited thorn with a lanjo mco-suro of the .success with which the movement is uicetluK. Becoutly the inoveiiient among the corporate and cuiployint'; classes to combine lias taken more rapid strides than over before, and he tU(;Bi-'.')tod that this policy be continued. He met the cliarRO of oxcliidinB socialistic labor or;j:ani/.al!oiis from alliliatioii witli tho American ifoderaiioi! of Laljor, by Baying tliat ho was couvuiced that the .Soolal-i.st labor party, as a party, is not entitled to representation in a purely trade union orpraiiization, and denied that lie had ever ti'ioil to fj>;cliide any 0110 for his cnonomic opmious, and inaistiiiK that tho only I'ctiul-situ to the trade union nioveincut is good Btamlinfr in a local union. in conclusion lie said ; "As tho representatives of thelorijanizod worlcors ot our country let US lay a.sulo all personal riiiJereiicos aud arise to the dignity and loftiness of tho fc'reat problem and cause that confronts us, and (vorlt out the omaueipntion of labor from the thraldom that cmuiins and olii-canory have enmeshed us." fjiecrctury Kvauu* XCoport was next presented. Ho i)rel'accd it by sajdnff that how far tlio Ameficau Federation of Labor has succeeded in domoustratiuff its ability to play a leadiiiif part iu the worlc of labor reform can be best illustrated by tlie work it has ac-complisiicd. "At the last annual convention, held in Boston one year aao, tha question of u reduction ill thi.5 hours of labor M'as fully discussed, and methods detennini^d upon by which it could be put Into practical operation. "The adviRabillty of solectiiiK tlio United Brotherlidod of CariJontcr.s and -.lolners to lead in tho movement has b(-cn made mim-ilest to all, aud the Kucoe,ssIul result is one which all trade imiouisU can well feel proud of." Tho ryiort sliows that during tho term eudlujj Oct. 31, 1890, iiH charters have been issued to unions iu 3a States. Ohio leadsthe list with 37; New York is .second with 36; Peuusylvama ranks third with 8a, aud Massachusetts is a good foiu-th with 28. In addition to tuiii number, eight charters MANUFAOTUEEES, 62 and 54 Summer Street. 100 doz. Wool Felts, former prioe 62o,, 25c. 500 doz. Happed Folt Flats, all colors, regular price $1,00 . . . 29c  ri'aiieatcd to uttc:id the bLtrvU'-'fr :it tUe abovc-nuiiii'd pU;cc witiioitti �mv ,ude3 G. H. Robinson k Go 1 and 2 Dock Bq,, and 140 Waulungton Et, The oaly equitable iiud co-operhtivti hooifl fux-nUlien lu iew KmOaud. I''. T. iluaU. .Viljiitriut.   _ JOHWYLE O'REILLY^ GUOVER CLEVELAXB, alao otlier ovtiitlaaarwA iUioUy Biuoters' artidas m tJie U. S.   

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