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   Pittsburgh Post, The (Newspaper) - November 1, 1894, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania                               THURSDAY IN THE m mm. A nBvnrw 1H10 or TIIK OITIOOIC tOMtNPIHIOVAL COfTKlT SIRE'S FINE PROSPECTS. The Mi le llln Support nK.IOt AM WRAK A9 FlVKIl tl to Tht PlttdbUfBh Foil l Pa Oet 11 hnvft markcO In political oondl- f uni In I r-uunty within thu pint io Unmot rutJ who Apiitht tic hut rwntlv thor- moused nnd intent upon wlnnitiK n iv un t Democratic in In t f itliip1 mo pronounced In fhf wo ntic Immftll tli Hnitinirt nif tlnK held hr-ro 10 tlayn nifo Tt not a nrrnnt am from a ttfptibltojut fllunilpolht unit in it J r who hftd tnkun no part hrtftn fnltlir Into and the j irty HEurPH-Mvp and there if A dffterrnl nation to win Tho Unmoirfiiln PAUNP wnn ffreat- liy th'i vlnit of olmirtl Hlnffprly Innt 1 whit h Kf ted litm ur 1 In were lurfa and Tithtithi ittc und mifOHoU t n pro wrntntlw fiom utt purls of tointy wont honif froin full of light 1iavn beon n ulnre nnd their Kuui work IM frit In nil pnrlrt of inn iMlIy tho mirnl nr erf workurn In un t nil point to a P' mocrMlo tnitJnHlv In tin rimntj t In the of tils cumpuijfn. hnd opposition mod fyrrnUiubln It c ft nip from thn number whi h wng disappointed In tho distribution of the patroimiff It lot kM for n fimo hn would lone a at vot' hut moat of thnwo bt of frrrnt nilvantnfrn hut to the wholn not only to Mr tltki t of ruff of th ir to jJMtijrratltf pr --h n nrrntriiM n i il tilt not to now whm n buttle li bdnp for Of mo Vot imp In nf who oppotcrt Mr 0100111-. ntfo In oppcwlntf 1 number will RPOW unlit dun lay tin DP tnrt- itrt rurittut itlm uro very pw il T nho f I too mill h iiwitt to for iKfilnut him I otlhtf fur d tiippolnd d rti a i to tenon th tt jiiln at nnd to ft tub It nutn All lottniv favor 1 An rjjiiny tto Ibf AI Inttrr up to Inonn ftom s from whMh Tho old ht flhlod ii Tin j fflnl that Idler nnd faith tm tho nn br- of neiv- Mr Arhoton toliM ullllttK tho Utter s hy tlio for nivmittnit tht In I xrontly bw- know They nlno FtlfPft I Itt4- rlvr tnnny 'unn held k In thi fluUKfUim urnpnny i thftt oivrn it rid tf vt rmll not favor it fron rlvtr If HP t In NO of rh opposition to it on tho part of KIT Mr will profit hy unholy ulllnn twr n nicl A hoxnn ft ritlt Mr n appolntniPtitii thin ojinlv hno xood 1'nfor tunAlfty ho not fnottHh ofHi fill who npplkd hh i I it up r how fro id npt u n rmrt i of v.t-nkmM rith'r t ttlr tiftb whun thf nimbi r m li I ix tli mint i f i In ath r tlnnn Mr i hlmp If ond tt lot m if mnjurltv In t tvill tiimrlv 01 itlt thnt of hrn 1m 1 MV ov r Mr A n I ul no In fur tt' In If'J mi tlu Jt n IH-.U- mil ht inn II HI my us I his T rn r r ir Din uth i tnlidifn it m thn Di mo- tl ill r in MI with Mr Hipp In tMn Louni noin of nhcnd ot H WILL POLUU.ARGE VOTE. I rtliaruy I r In Old aunty tn Plttptburirh Pnitt F'a Jl have boon mime interoHt In i nllttci In thin i for the 10 or more an 1 I rpcollcct htivlnff n luiotcr or Icin IntercHLlitK cumpnlKn than preHLiii until within thu last or thrott wi ckfl Our LJomot i utlc nitijorl ty In 10 Inuyo iind rdlnl that aftor tho prtititiritu are hc-M Biid landldatrn datorrnlned upon thy suoLOBeful iMplmntH U nnnccuuflury to muke any f m eftortrt to not iirw thalr u In No- This tnndu to inukn our cim- qiilut und lunn i tKtlim UtirtnR tho and fall Hut the present flnnnon tliU han bocn niuro than ordl- niirlly Ithln tin piwt wef U or ton dajn luvtver tho nomocracy appears to ai CM ill n if fiom tht Ir and ptit tlnjf In rtn Unosn for iho E minif battle Vi e hnvo tht an t in Ht Mil in the fltnic nnd though thoy aomotltUfM appoar lukc- M u in ui IndllTprcnt during tin cam pa vii It u to do thflr luti un Mrrtlon day Tho a In another rcwpr-i very fow oxi optloni fvfry m xn cnlln lilmsotf a Democrat and participates In tin foclft In honor bound to support the npulnrly nomi- nated Liuitllilatofi of thn purty with the utmunt intoKrltv And nft a. rule tho few pxroptlons of which I itpcnk ftpo mtn wtio hive fat- tiMtPii upon thp HUffrajfCii of Demo- rutl party und buve t omo to thlnl tluy nally own thn and nro ba Hy cannot dlt all ami ovoii thlnjf own nf Mr Hipe for rn-fJontlon to bo Kt brlj htrr every 1 iy A month or atfo I noulfl litar of an occn- Hlnnnl disappointed i atk otHco k r WIIH cllnposod to voti UK ilnHt Mr Hlpn ponm tim m P of dli- but thin OH far ait I can hiin tntntlj anrl tho mi n dlMUOFied to do no for tli to caUHe HOI m to hav o tit i iM'i-fd thrt bail pollry nml tn- JiiMti of It and hav to atan 1 by of thr party the old HoUllprt of the county vi from rally nntiituln u hlffh fot Mr. Hlpn of markeil and prompt attention to thoh wtinti nnd Intcrcnta Mr llktrt by our peoplf ulthout respef t to parti Ifl Jooke 1 upon ai a Mtraljfht for ward frank and hltthly i ompantonablr- man who enter a hlffh regard for thfl people of MP county whlh tho ox act of thin Is trup in roKftrd lo opponiht Mr Acticann It IH my be II r thernforr thftt then nr many publl ami of thp more ronaurvotlve nnd thuiiKhtftit ttbo vote for Mr ''IIIM nnl that will run considerably i 1 of his party ticket In Greene IDE UIF. n 'VEW HAS NO EPFffC ON THE WHAT LABOR LEADERS SAY. Oiolnff r to Hfip I cratlc county committee the naraafl ot I tho w metiers The county commit twin en from such districts are to send in the names Immediately Democratic county committee Uiulqimiters Is thionged dally with Demounts fiom all pnita of he county and the liveliest betny dlfl- in campaign work J G v hire Esn in Clnrlon coun- ty last week campaigning for the Derno- mitk tUket tin I delivered u number of enTcctht. speechea The SKth wntd Democrats are thop- ourhly orKftiiizcd and will rralte a irood at tlie polls next Tuesday NOVEMBER 1894v FUN ON CABBAGE NIGHT. THH BIO AND TI'IIN OIT FOR OI D-FASJl- IOM5IJ 11ME. FROLIC AT NEWSBOYS HOME. MRS. DRAYTON'S ANSWER. ''lie IKiittm Hf r Stone Tlirorrluir it Foiitnie on tht 1 1 nto i th MUM ul v 11 nun M ol i u Ini h it i In h t I h i il i i M uh h i I 101 Jos. Home Co Penn Aveuuo and Fifth Stroet r.HR 11 1 1 vlll N t ntfl Oi titu K 1 i h In nl n th wh In M2 CHAS. A.ms VIEWS. fr thin o Ihit m nv of our p fAVtim rlvor IrrormrU that C Mi IrtOpf oppARftfi n ITf Tlilnkn PrnNprctM Arc I to Of I' him ACTIVE AND VIGILANT. Attorney Charles O of Pltts- itrff uho In managing Mr 9'po's oam- It the latter will win out IB unduUInK an oon tPNt nnd In a very bimy mitn lant dnyrt of the canvanx In of the mattiit ymtvrddy he thought at the tlmo Mr Stpe wait that tho pronpoct of hilt oloctlon wan ery and tbat there was u great of tl district amons1 thole who had mipportcd him In 1807 that would militate against Ms but rmuiy thliiKH have m.curled since then to rlvrt not only that his cAn- m not but also that there nit reiwonablc yxpectatlonn of a repe- tition of hit victory of 1802 Huih as may c existed In portions of hla dlstitit lias bocn und tht candid UL la receiv- ing the hearty ftuppo-l uf all nla Dem- ocratln ronnUtupritx In fict the noar- rr ut nppionch election the mort KI Irlt app' ars and the Dem ver theli HIT ictitet mnj I n the i llj of mnklng ir to hold li dlstrli't for th tnr'omlnr conRio 11 nn 1 they arc d riohlt uork in 'turltt IH ion hu him b ti foht thp foi thi ond nvulnut thnlr will It than tin MM w io and h rrrtiUnlj no morn n pptnhlp now to who re fiiif I to n ippurt him In W2 than he In that yiar He tluated none IH c-iiPinles an I has made frlen N nine ho went down tivo j .-in H affo nnd T a crunhliiff have nt tMi tlmo to b'lliM tlmt the niici can of roticress- mtin Slpt In hn present Is H aitHiir-il nnl that llu Twenty- r uith district ttlll bp by a h trulicht nit In tho Klfty- trtli otijuroMfi and uftt-i aio bcKlnnliiK to r ptiilnij that tut llf 1 w is not aoinff to produce the tvlla pretlfctpd by thp man if it tuieii o H i L poitlon of their onotrnous prollts lojpe 1 tlf Thin was UlUHtiutf t by u dltu at the hci Uiuurtern ot the Amalgamated ittKoctatlon yestcri uv 1 Ihe Htpul llcani aie flohtff a A oiy bad thirty In Homllnfr John Tan at Into st Virginia to epen c ijrnlnst WHson ial 1 a labor leader Fanctt In the cmly 80s proihlunt of a IHO t liitlon Mo is now the oC ho m in ufaolurera and Is employctl to work against tlie of the me i vvhoae he espouse 1 i aqo t ndoi ill how ran thp votni of OH Vh K-Inla swallow what ho hp Hopubllcans aie timkiiiK1 veiy feeblo attempt to ad- vance their Intermits by BOD llnff Mr Jarrett to bolstoi up their The truth of the matter Is the son bill hn t hnlC OH bud us people said another Ca It not a fiitt that no reductlonq In the Iron and steel ti idea have taktn plitt L thati an b attiibtit I o thi tirlff hnirliff the g ibjcct of tin plait usketl It Is trae And is It not tho case that the work on had asiuranros fiom mxnniact- aftoi the EKhtliilt tt IM knottn that rrtductloiH were not n YPS waa the tejlv I hi tin pi UD manufat turoi H ttt.ro the only ones il it requested any i eduction and aH that s not deserved ttc ilon t nxan to tl low It By their own admissions they had a cluati proilt of per ton befoto the ptisiugu or the bill thoffe who iHsirp to to Fair mont H Va n d Saluiday to par tie pate In tho meeting the Jlu ti more Qhlo hai miule a rate ot the round tilp flip tickets are tool ic on Sunda-v iho KauJnll club HpaolBl will leave at 7 40 a m Che time foi the departure of the regular train ior Is 7-0 mho Randall club peels to tuni out 2M not Inolud ing th band which will accompany them J Ctiithrle wilt be the marshal of the parade members of the. club assembled at 7 a m in full unlform- tt hlte hats macklrtofthes badges hitp glovts and will match to he station All mombci 4 n hoae place of res Id once maltea It Ine-tpocllent for them to report at the can join the Club at the station If Marshal Guthrle in notified the tram will stop at stations to take on members AU members ot the club who do not intend to participate In thfi meeting are requested to turn In for the UflO of others the uniforms in their posHotiRlon will be a special meot- Ing of the to-morrow evening at B o clock for me purpose of making final arrauifpmerUs Cor the trip Tickets will be for sale At this meeting to all mem- bers of the club Tho County the Woods Run oflcort tflub and the Young Men H club of the Eleventh nnd Thirteenth wnrils will send good-sized delegations to Fa I mont an I a foil mill tin plate mploy fiom 200 to 300 tflass futoiy foi the manufaa- ot tun rnlttpp the i b 11 tht I Gu nab ng Tu j b UK works JamNon oC Pit n oppi itlon In a fett turn cC tublpuoio which employ about th Hiime nunibw of ren Thlm un condition tlmt the people of to ptncl nso 400 lots In the faun at a lot A coin- s bteii appointed to ubscrlbers it la t will suocAd Oct now owned by J C will bo put into ._.. weokfi A. new cru- elblp fumaop oC 13 pots haw been addod to the works it Is tho Inlontlon of the new company to make its oun steel as well us h unmcr the same Bevoral hun- dioU men be given employment Urilontown Pa Oct poU af6 bclriff sot and icpaf i nnlUhed which'will enable Lniontown to atait up noxl week Ihey plenty of oidcii on hand The Thomp'son glass- workti is double turn with enough orders to ru the plant full Until tho end of tho year 1 rlo Pa 3J every man- ufacturing establishment in Brio is run- ning to Us full force and hours and many of them extended their hours V fow aio i tinning night and among those b ing the Watson mills Balck t Cnrm r stove foundry and I Buusc-huidtf plnnlnt. mills The TInlon 1 on works has t vkon a contract -For a battrry boiler foi a big tin mill to be erectid at once In Indiana All Hillovveen had its fimlllar ol i last night liuot hh U t and out In tl t nubui I s the o int. s enjoyel tlio usual feRltvltl H toun k 1 upon the mippistiiloim isst 1 te 1 ttith this annhets th tin tli n sehcs aro thoiough es is to il verities oC the mvn.li ttheaisid rolk 1 i All the moihorts of IKlii Um weie md iclMH 1 At tic Ntttsljjys lump thei a notable pftlod ot j laj lh gj mnaslum win op nnl ml the j iles tte e pcimlttol to dm tin 1 oxi z gloves and pi mmel ach othei to tli l hoiifs tonte it The ilitHS an 1 ius ana all the othoi Rthlotlc i ppohitmtn s weie fieeh placed at thi sciv o of tho paper von lers i nd the hnrtlm tlielr appreciation fuinKhe 1 a kio i fund of goo 1 will to tie sp ttitots ii the big bathroom tubs had been pi i 1 and the lads nmiclc to s f n nickels toseed ben ath the WHIM Vp I pies were floate 1 in itlon stj 1 and no Coat recouk 1 In tl e Scotch ills ot tie bordoi u m omitted J GmHli tho Sunday school tpnehei of tho lumio I carefully watrhlng ill tlip fun iv of the n glu nnd tho limit of play and serioiihnescs waa cin'ii'Iy demarcated About 9 o clock a motley ni i piink ah young men onnod fant isti female appaiel with masks and proceeded alony the lowci avctin There thty 1 o P ijoy the cj mi pleasures of atoning thp in low s o housea ola-sslfted as in the dlsn puta ble columns The pollci eoncLived tl ilh lining In L it 1 t iKt inpl OIIH 1 t t tl UK i hi 1 i i tn I r i 11 Ih i l t t k utt t 1 i 1 ft th IIHIK n h i In bat I nt U 1 it I h i is u tilt 1 j it lal m oi t tn hi h instt t IKT n it i i im to iln on O th v i i U l i mil r I I H rim Is u tl y tout m l to 1 I Vft t ih it Mo Mi 01 H until HOII tl n 1 n is tl it It ft tl tt oi t mpoi i 1 iindcn lit finumi i t irmiKh upl ni I an to lioi m nUnl I i Mil 1 1 ft II 1 i lit f IK tnl n vs IH i THURSDAY Nov I ISJt Jos. Home Peon Avenuo and Fifth S Yards Fine All-Wool Dress Goods go on sale this morning at the very special price of White for Domet and Canton F Its imk Ifl n nlU h n t n tlon in hor bin Is h 11 i h h i Intl v ullh Hill Lt p H ir i n 1 c thai stio w i t gi oi in a i h liiitott ut tthiitst i pith i in S i 1 n I 111 i ei un 11 C Comprising 46 i.h S nil TV. II i id girnel ccnls Imported Mt-laiges n brov. r an and h 7C In 7 d ml un in Mill 1 Jiullj i IMI un 1 L icm uuntl tni ul. ulo i Liu r t p in Ihf IMOC I hu i ml Jc lull or I I iit i I i till rm fn nl I h ID Is all v I U II IH til inn II II i l i so lo of tli k 1 111 Ills I t l 111 It 1 II 1 UKLl' to tdk t 'Ul IK rv on Ijolll H I n i n ik n r poi t h wll In n n Ih ad i w 1 k h tlu hiu t-iMloi ilom LM Lnt lilu 111 m ed color ng Rl h flecked Sul v.orth cents Storm worh ''O cents And all at the even puce of 50 cents a yard 4c j A lot o' 10-cent Canton Flar 6 3-4c Wash the that are usable the yeai for House ind Comforts Pno about the cost of th cotton r t.rv Brown iiui hite C i n vi r 2 I-2ca 10 cent C njjhams Seen al s y or 6 3-2cj 10 cent tv Printed r Good 'or 6 l-2ca oE 3 e iiot UN til Mini d ihf leiulinl ill uiim hip i pa y non elaio hit i ItJon I mil Kin Ocr 11 -tn the b 'n UK ocio e I cst i in lh n it I i lav I UMn Win. hf itii nu nil t t In le tnts 110 aio otl iho 11 of atlne. flol 1 1 I un o If li S Hit l 1 i 1 his irpunuiit this ill i I vlll u i del 1 la i on Mond l on tlmo ft hlii t I In in llpim 1 ni their 111 il iturlnit tin n uilgii printer nt of WiMhl-iiitr I mn union m or the kwnnl r lit. In .Mr Slim hn. rntnrl ft olil ral liVra bv .1 iKmt nit.nilon Ir Ini.r-w nnS tor him A. of ni Vh.'. n him Hit flhUrlhnti I thn ml put I.IIKC. thnt uw n nppolntml mm until ri IM r lomnilB-loner a Junltor nr nllhmxh BPVprnl ttppllcil tor ri h mn f r nif DC hli ooiKliu nn tl ol.l nho t r a-rklng the nomln i imil thrmt to one him ninny which will go IV n In founty Popullut loontPU in tllntrh'tn Ki-puhllriin coMonii bv tho gruwth of Ohnrli-rol anil othnr new towns rhow Dintocrnilo ninjorlllii on Inp poll Mr Aob.Mon court nn law nml r ncliomfs which wnula Inoream upon they com- HK-II- niato Mill county rato ol lit tnillx with tlm l mill county tax In All-shmy th.y more Ai-hpson In far aa wi c.in loom fVfty offorjd by a tU- m thnt fVchnon bo ilnotul b m prnmpUy coveri-fl In In i Inking Iho Blpcr end nnt the clraulatlon of tfio thljj wtjpot Ml tt nut ibll A PECULIAR ACCIDENT. 111 lain I- Tpcflt 1100 V Fixture In tin- Dnrk Oet 11 Mr nnd Mrs Uilltnm H r run cf White had ii p tupp from tlCAth hy naplux latlon thin morning At 2 u m Mr aroso to open the door for u bunnlci U hyn returned ro bed k tho tfOH fixture In room with hH hnml hut thoiiirht nothing of It Thf bUm cutiiprl on tht Ii tlu' morning Mr kt U' I at the hut rteeUcd no find fimPtllMff tho Kas Hla nr mHpd two they pimiii-a the i torn they found It full or ifdrt Uoth .Mr and Mm Orcon were Mr Orot n rc- I to eomu Mrn Orcen did ei over until lute In the afternoon O'----------------- Helmed auctioneers ntlt protest to rihnrlff atfdlnat clorka In nml deputy nherlffg conducting 'gftl-'M A Curd. mprpRentlnff from sis to floxnn-tfnlhfi ot tho surplus fund In the hnnds of thA OAR otitortaln- rornmlttot urdciecl the ap- ptkuUt nd of their shnren to the of Omnd Aimy holtuMhlpH In tho WCBtofn Unlvcr- of ppnnaylvanlA Only about SJ4 000 of thf. oi hiu f not hoard fi oin Parties not jnt signed thflr orders to apply thnir flhnrea of the Hurplu.s In ihlt WHJ nnd who upptovc cf the plan no ifqiionted to do BO at once. and rot in n the ordorn In tht1 Btampen which have received fium me If nubflcHboU your ftharu of -nirjilue will bp about 14 tenta tf you subscribed your Tilll be 70 rents. Do not fait to nlKn and mnll me the nider because tht. niii'Hint tn be returned flrnall Ilttln hplpn This H the pop- ular W J HOLLAND. Chancftllnr of tho Western UnUcrslty of Pennnylvonla oc30-31-noI-2 trntoHT ITA.N09 for J2HO. For S Mnflc for H Kleber A Bro Contain all Into ImprovomentB Just the thlnK fot beglnnois and the hump Sold on the long-time payment plan The greatest bargains 9olc H KJIeber Bro Wood ft. 500 Thorp will be a miifis of the Democrats of Munonrahela Valley at fharlerol Sutmduj It Is expected thero will be u. Rroat orowd prespnt lo hoar the of the campifpn dH cussed The spealcors will be lion A Slpe ChniloH A O Brlcn Tohn Marron William J Bitnntn un I lam W of this and Robert J Irwln J M Biandan nnd Charles Ar of TVntihliiffton Pa Tohn c llano chali man of the Washinprton rovtnty conmlttto Mil prcsldi will rommc ice at 2 p m und tariff as affrctlnt coal wool nnd trlnsit b frc-clj llsttinnol Txcurslon mtes on Virginia rhailenton and the Pitt' burtf McKopnport Ftr-lh Arrron ronli bren acciiiod Ihe nprlvs r boat f alKO will carry at trctusloi rates D r Patterson John Marron J J Miller nnd Charles A Fagnn will ad dresrt a Demoeintlc meeting at old Tui hall I Hie this on Ins- All the me that the meeting tillt be a rousing one Another meeting booked for to nlsht IB the one to be held In s hall Per rysvllle It will be adcliessod John D Wataon J P Miller A P Ttiiifrwln ant Jamofl O Donuell Iht attpndanct. Is expected to be large Another meeting that will attract seek era after political truth will bo held to morrow flnlnff at Shaplra hall I Ifth avenue and Chestnut street Thp speak will be John n I raddoUt 7 F Mil- ler r C Osburn and Jere Dohertv To-morrow ei cnlriR also tht Domo- tratfl will liokl a mass meeting at Adams s hall Six Mile Puiy M P Condon of est 7 Hzabeth has addresHcd tho following self exulnnatory communication to CharlpR A Fapan chairman of the Democratic count j committee I have been accused nnd probably juutly so of belnff an antl Slpe Democrat but upon mature reflection looking1 nt the matter from ill standpoints from which It con be by a true blue Democrat who desires the success of. Democratic principles I have ai rived at the conclusion that this year In particu- lar while our principles are on trial all Demorratn should stand up and nhoWthelr colors and vote the full Dem- ocratic ticket and I that all my frlendfl who vert with me will see It In the flamo Iltfht that I do The office of congressman la thp most important ono to be voted for this fall I um a Dem- ocrat The Democratic meeting In the River- side srhoolhouse West IJnd last even- which was addressed hy W J Brennen John Marron and Dennis A Behan was well attends I The speeches were logical and well delivered and weie well received by the appreciative audi- ence A large delegation of Brtddock Demo- will go to Fairmont next Satur- day for the purposp of attending the great Wilson meeting1 to bo held there Some Brad dock Republicans expect to go to Morguntown the same A Popullstlc meeting will be held In the fllxth ward Allegheny this evening It be addressed by County Chair- BARNES GOES FREE. Queer MiiNiiieMtt Get Him Into n k of Trouble C Burnes of Rebecca street All CCUHC I of emborzloment had heuiirig befoie Alderman Orlpp day M Burnes had been up to las SHUIIC aj in the employ of O Nell thn stieet lumber ileu.... as t and collector and on thaf failed to account for collections to amount of ut'dltefl to hia care oJNpll had him .iriested Ho wis conr mittcd to jail and la said to have ptit In the dlungeon for foUl hours foi to comply with the rules Thi hearing yestetd iy developed that collector had given receipts for blllL ho really had not collected As no dla- honcaty was ahown he was actjulttefl Cuhtoainnn ot rutrlotlnm. An import nt circular will be mafltd to-dny to all the soclftles In western amilatfa'S'' With the tw- vlsory association of paJMotltj orders bearing on the work to be KiKdri up by tho asaoclatlon the coming wlnw cert0d action Is to be inro t in an effort to SjecuiojJeslrsdl Tho legislation at Washington Is to be watched particular pains being taken to the enactment of laws bearing on thei school and Immigration questions ___ wmB Ihc store had been open a little north ed In over a north tho stock havin moved fiom Johnstown to been II r u lit on Ordinance Movor McIvennEi Rigned the Bruaiiion annexation ordinance yesteidfty The i cw adf lo the city wilt become the Ihirtj seventh December 1 o- itcconn. JlLIIlLN Tnmei Ilanlln npef1 S died yesterday He IB bom In County Ireland tvas In the ffiocerj business in Al- 2 tin Mis I i sree w the hnme of his son C IHCV of iilbcrty street -So ten. is Mars Vnn died Tuesday 51 avenue 81. Her hus 1 was a ivell tnovvn Inventor Holland 9 W Ison died at 226 I i avenue Jjaat of periton itlb Hfr n Udon name was Belie Me and she ha 1 been well known u tpaehei in Giant street school His family con school tor lay oC 4B net Lions prominent people Vin Cyrus Marks lied Irt T uesdny evening of pneumonia aged 2T Hi t mothei Mrs Nicholson la thought to be dying- of the dis- ease Henry Klcher mother of Wllaon I i u Pei nsj vanla railroad en- gin tr died oC paralysis yesterday W lltam R firt died las'- The funeral wia Ocio to Slu Klekt A sllj ht ii illlli s at vv is e Mi d UlnrlnK Lamp In L o bouse of M u h un 1 1 bv i limp explosion 'tie I kit It the lump in th f in t tl t. Hum a ignite 1 liimbtirn i i I OC S nottcn in the Index that It s last nitht and official ivus a piopei excuse In Allegheny tl P fun was lanrnint So many homes are teitor 1 thcro th it it was not attempted to ILPI ss jouiir America in his succoasful einkuo make tho welkin ling on om of the Jt.. accepted oocii-jions of the whin all John was nnod laws arc nullified Ihe nsuil nnj oylnir school this gate pcrfoimanuc was enacte 1 to i j aim fectlon and by 30 o clock hPtlaic cttlsenB WOIP away home on tiio trail of poi tlonB of their domiciliary fence Their cmeful Inspection of lamp posts was siigp-PBiive On Wyllc avenue the colored pcmn WLre particularly Scottluli In lh h jecognltlon of tho night they niuchol like a cloud by clay n tlie bro id and Ignored all ronsidointlon of 01 CllttLll 1 lu M 1 Stokf f f Of al kill I ttl lit to boiud L ti i n IK u JJ auem ir Ihht UA i in property The splilt of the moss grown fonth il c'' peivaded the bars Muny citizens not of the brand wrcmed to pervert the derivation of the j Hallow e en Into Hollow and strcn uously endeavored to fill their stomaohB Later they hallooed The regular balls and functions held too rumerou.j for cataloguing Over In Allegheny the Maenneiohor the Royal hunting the club the Turn Vereln and 01 danced to the sentiments of tho night Tlie consumption of nuts ex ten- alve Their flavor had mys terloua dalldsioy -weirdly added the romance of 4 festival wh_ose annala an- tirie in w i-ios nf tv holl wen i Ji t 1 to t bt i lu n li iith t tetdaj n w -u s of itailHCiii xn I two of d pi thei lu wnro itNo le Jit I A SlaipsI UK cle trie uii tin 1 u wtfeci on Biulei J tim InJ trli hot 1 tlongli to Willlnjii il .uid Hoitsiti.iii tlie A big tableful of remnants of Camel Hair Serges and Cneviots 2 to -yard lengths and worth froin 75c to 25 a yard on special table to d-ay at 50c a yard Nearly all the Paris Hats in this Mfld-Season MIill finer T' cent wide Indigo Per ales thintzes for nt Colored Prli ts for 4 j-2c e 36 rch Ptrsian Dr i M in cruiga for I tht and da 8 l-2c s JOS. HORNE i Pa. NEW YORK Sixth na I Sti s fo elftn missionary PO Of SS to eletv ol P uid Allpshfiii had 1tlu Jn qua teily ycstercl nt tlit vail 9l First ehuieli The fumlb Velluc clu aie in goo 1 con I PcstofTlco Inspect 11 I loo ton i etui UP I j from J31ali c jinty est e In a men for robbing the pout ofllco at Itoaiing Spi Commiswion cr Gravias at AHoona will hear them to moi row A Braddock section of the Young Men ChilsLian bucn organlaei. with a rtjembershlp of 75 A M. Scott Is president William WlUlamo vlce- presiden t M M Todd accre-tai y Rev H Bowden tieaauror The displayed for the first time in our Millinery Department Not only are we making an especially fine display of high- class Hats and Bonnets at un usually moderate prices to but there are hun- dreds and hundreds at the Popular Prices GUI r th hxtiu Vltiillz l Mi 1 th t ul MltiK i.ul F I t Inl i n t ng1 OV litn 1 r or Gtta Tetephoi COULDlil'T OR WOULDN'T. Pnntomtiuc of n Stricken Gentleman In n llroiidtruy Wheri this gentleman aboard of a Broadway car at Forty second rttreet be must have been one tho clieeiIdlest creatures in New Yoik yays the 3mi of that city He was excotlentlv w ell drefased about J5 of and 'ad evidently passed a good rti1 il of Bummer jn the fiee wind and the hoi- sun He waved a him I blithclj to some male friends standing at tho curb a id then a smile tint IH un h s fuec ike a hclloffraphlc put the bime hand In hla pocket and Irow out i let It laige and siuure ai d nb he U the odoi of oirH root illic I tlu iar as LhouKh son tone hit tJ.kLii out he atoppei of a Jii ot sachet pow The note was eUflenlly not u lonrone 'GI ho had read it nnd toin it Into a iundred pleoea while tlip cun luctoi is insing- in hli tare Then tnt1 h llo- rapl io signal was cut ant1 c n h mimoi s ruddiness I fade fiveiy line of his f-u e that 1m up came down Mr ollar RTCW and his noivPleHt c uf allnpcd ovu Ills h 1 inds And everyone ii the stre cir knew hat couldn t or wou dn t Joliiison'H Cmnpalflrn ipcclul to Tlio I OBL Cleveland Ocl 31 Pom Jolmsoh i out Ith a denial of tho harg-es tli it he h is L et n co In his Ui-stri t pouia lot who Into the oppoMt on Of LOUISA 'tody understands the animus or suth but the Rppnbllt ar raiiv out the bluff bv haxlnff wai ranis 'issued for tbe of cutain ot his mployes on tho chaiKG o itioi chal erijrc 1 McK-fnley to If- oy of the hour wl h hi n on __.3buiir will be held fn Free hall on Tuesday wednesdaj ard Thuieday ember 20 21 and 22 Delegitps from the congiegatlorg of the sj nod of met to. form a founs Peoples In St Paula Cnffltsh Lutheran chuich AUeghonj About peisons were iho day was spent In Accor ling1 to AttorneJ Tlortrers BtrcsL propober1 by councils to tun thiouKli HlRiwood cemetery in novei be built JliLic is a law making It illeyil to lun i street through ceme- te y propei ty WELCOME WORDS TO WOMEN. Many times women call on their family phy- suffering aa they liing-ino onu from ohnson the ishu he stump Al'red Gates a fcicman In the Homo- KomWtmM evening at man J H Kama M Carney. StBvenson Secretary S D P Carrlck and William A John Kearns making a gallant and Winning fight for re elpctlon to the lejris- Uture in the Fourth dlatrict Afr Kearnit IH a great favorite in his dia- he havlnnr made a fitst-class offl- olal record There art dlitrlc'a in the oountx which hftvo not yat icnt to the Derao- e reolvc ne a widow and a child aby waa sicl wo gave ber Cootorla. Wtv-n Bho traa a Child oho cried for Whoa she boaaraa nho olung to Outoria. ifben cbo had Bho gfftttkem OMtorifl Rcnl Sttinilnnl Piniio of tbe AVorld IM nt Klcbcrfe. Tho real standard piano of America is made not In. New but in Balti the Knabe pianos The Knabc i mor Aiie jvnaoe pianos are conceded to be head and shoulders above all aa IB con- clusively proven by the testimony of the two greatest piano players of the world Dr Hans voh Bulow and Eugene d Albert Both of these great artists had been persuaded to use the best New York made but De- coming they took up the Knabe piano In preference as better suited to their genius Perjons dealnng the standard piano f the world will please apply at H Kleber Bro Wood street and buy ft Knabc N B for catalogue wi.tli Knabe names W. F. _______ of the throat and K4 Fenn Paper by I nthcr r At the rnonthlj meeting of the .cT-demy of Science ntu Art at Can p le librarj Allerherv to tnonou niislU ov Moi aran M S ly 1 1 1 i c 1 1 i taper on A Study of Jt riu be an exhaustive dlHLListJlo i deni ing with the orifln ind ciusts ol si cfalHm what It Is truith oC individualism nn i capitalism ar 1 levolt against capital and the viilous schemes of socialfsts n Olilccn Yefateiday closed the of the office of assistant president of the Amil gamated associa ion which it w t-i d elded to nbollsh it thf1 last and P H McOves 10 lius bcon in office the position was IT aU 1 yeais left foi hl-j home In town H will cnpiflx In tbe ju-1 ncus Mi McTvev still ronuiins u vie of the Analp-n. natc 3 th urisfliction over the sixth oi Ohio trict dyspepsia another fiom hrarl disease1 nnotlu r from IKer or kldncv diatnso another with pain hOLn or there and in this wij they all present to tlitfr easy et disiae for which he pix Bcubes uRHunilng them to be s ich when in thoy all anly eiuipfd by some womb disorder Hit auirrrintr pa- grtn no bettor but probably v use rrac of delay Trrong trfiiitniLiit nnU ci nsenutnt compiicatinus A proper nitdi- 10 nlcu Dr Piurct. u cause would have promptly ditectcd to cured Mrs. H innTTAPPAN of Reynolds Tftffifan Co Tftb writcH Tor years I a nufTenr A part of thie tlrne bad to be can ipd from ray bed Was rack d with pftln hnd ria was very ncnoua no nppptitt and digrouraufod A lew bottles nf F u if Pr-'scrii fion rfpctcrt n pet feet cure Sold till dealers in medicines ...5OO... French and Vienna China Cups and Saucers at 5oc each. Every last style and shape is of course 20 Cor. Fifth Ave and Market St CORNERCLOCKS lint He Hail a Razor Joseph Henderson colored is tem- poral Uy In jail His wife did not opi n the door upon his a Kent and he made a inzor ubsau t upon one Bmanuel Clark a boarder second sto y rear He likewise kicked Sirs Hentkr son on suspicion into a coma tone con- dition 8qutie Drenan of Collins town- ship sent Henderson to jail foi good ton -o- IS nc ampin cut at espoit Tho state encampment of the Union Veteran iTnion of Pennsihania will be held In McKeeaport to day nnd row The annual election of ofttcers a street parade a camp Hie and a ball me among- the attractions Reception Hall. HARDY n 529 SniTHFIELD STREET. EatablUhoa half a conLurj ng i Impaits a naotlcal useful tn 1 piolltiblo meeting tho of nine tenths of the young and middle tigod men lismiiKto them a successful futuie Indoj icd In crrttliiiicpfl fioin all 1111 ia ai tlu I i Itt d F utt s in o OUTUM Hn 1 unliiCBs For clt culms 11 pi h at tup f I 11 TU A V K Sessions ool ws a An importer's clean-up cf Platt Val and Point de Pans Laces 5 500 yards in the lot widths I to 7 and prices regularly would be up to as nigh as 65 cents a but by taking all the importer had we can sell them at lOc and 115 A yard This is a rare oppor- tunity for choice Laces for all lace uses for the new curtain fad Among them are many very beautiful de- signs On special table to-day One Year Ago We had an abundance of in our basemenf but his Fall s trade has so doubled business that we now find t crowded Holiday Goods must be ar- 'anged for and the only space we can give them is to cut down that devoted to Flannels and Wash Goods And tr e best way to reduce the stock is io pay you to take away by cutting prices like this SO cent Striped ard Plain Co'or Suit- ing -lanrels for 25c a yard 25 cent Scotch F'anr-L for ISc a yard 30 and 33 cent Scotch Flannels for 23c a yard tent A-nencan Wash fleecy and waim for 8c a yard 65 and 70 cent best Printed French Flannels all neat styles ard light and dark grounds for 45c a yard 33 and 40 cent Courtry Flannels very best quaht es for 25 and 30c A lot cf nea' sides of Silk Em- broidered SMrt'ng Flannels very pretty designs with scalloped and homstitched e'iges thoy ars so cheap that you get the work for nothing prices MAKH13 Ot runs liaTO i _. _ ycura piacttcol nxjiettcncd peiroct. I itunilanU 49 SIXTH SI FOR A Tlicro are pounds of t good condition for Bale at figure maLo it a creat bargain Thero ai 600 POUNDS BREV1EF 800 POUNDS NONPARF POUNDS MINION 70 PAIRS 2-3 NEWS Part of the type IB laid tn Inquire ac OFFICE OF THE PO No 80 Fifth Avrnue Bl tf DENT'S GLOV Ta JUST RECEIVED.. FIDELITY TITLE 1121 and 123 Fourth Avenue ajiial Femetnal ci DIRECTORS John B Jackion Albert H Chllda ot A. H t Jar-its J Donnell of Holmes Son E M Ferguson Preat. M i M nat Reuben Prest of Bank of 3 Robert Eupt. Pe-r.'a R. H. David of Robinson Bros H S A Stewart capitalist Frank Semple attorney for Thaw IH John U alker ripltallst T Home S. Co D I cct llson. Treat rt. Pitt nat J Lei erlnif Jo.les attornes -at-Iaw uuelphla m H Staake attorney it P aer tt   

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