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Daily News Standard (Newspaper) - November 25, 1901, Uniontown, Pennsylvania VOL 13295 UNIONTOWN PA MONDAY NOVEMBER 25 I9OI Two Cents Nearly Two Inches of Bain From Saturday to Monday RESERVOIRS AT LAST HELPED The Water Fall for the Month was 316 Inches While for Septembtr It Wiip Was For Octo her 4C Local News Alvfi Walters of Uppermlddletown was calling on friends In town today Squlro Alf Core was a caller today from Smlthfleld Squlro W II Hansell was here to day from Farmlnglon RICES LANDINGS BOOM The long continued dry spell which has lasted throughout the fall has at lust been broken by a steady soak ing rain of several days nnln began fnlllng Saturday morning and con tinued steadily during tlio day mid night ami also Sunday and Sunday night As the temperature imd fallen a little the rain had turned to a wet snow this morning The rainfall for Saturday mid Sunday and up until this morning amounted to lSC Inches Ilcdatone creek and other streams near town have risen several feet It Is likely that the drouth Is over for this season and the reservoirs that depend on the little movintaln streams for their supply willnow flourish for a while at least Tho rainfall for Iho month to date Is inches The smallest amount of rain that fell dur ing the year was In October being but 1C inches The fall for Soptem hcr was 140 Inches August 3CS in ches and July 23S In Juno 7C1 In ches fell and In all the previous months tip to that tfme the fall was heavy From Jan 1 1901 to date the rainfall has been 1092 Inches which Is almost an average rainfall the average rainfall for a year being about 12 inches Great Growth Steel Bridge to Span the River Concerning Iho new life infused In to the old town of Jtlcoa Landing by Ihe opening of the Dlwonfi Coal works the Wayncsburg Independent November 24 Observed in the Churches ofTown MINISTERS PREACH SERMONS Union Sunday School Rally Held In the Opera House at 3 p mr Under Ihe Auspices of the T U Local W C C Hrownflcld son of Alfred of Soulh Union has ar home from the Philippines hav ing served his threeyears enlistment Mr Brownflcld served In the 6lh ar tillery being promoted until he was battery mechanic He was at Hono lulu when tho 10th regiment returned home after whlch his went to Manila Mr Brownflcld likes sol diering In the regular army In the game of foot ball Saturday between the Hill school and Lawrence ville in whichthe Hill aciigol won 23 to 0 Herbert Bowman of this place played left tackle for Hill andit was largely throughhis playing that the game was won In speaking of the game thePhiladelphia North Ameri can All four touchdowns were scored for HllV school by Uowman While In town the other day at court stvoral gentlemen Iron Iho Kvtt ern end of the county exprSC1 them selves quite plainly over the five developments of tlisit purl the county and cspecIally illccK Lnnding t Is a known fac iliac the MuiKinga icla valley Is to hvvc a conuimulon railroad froni Ilrownsvllr up riul lowa bridge spanning the river at Rices is iv to br in the air and imno than talk It Is also stated that with a degree of postivencss that means more than talk that an Iron or steel plant is about to be put In at Rices Landing or Dilworth which will give employment to fully a thousand men It is also Intimated that other plants will be located there Since the Dllwoilh company has opened up a coal shaft and erect ed a tipple at lllccs Landing and put in a splendid plant the old town takes on new life and great things are pre dicted for It The people are discuss a trolly line from Wayncsburg to Rices Landing while others think better and larger things than a trol ley line are among the possibilities At any rate Waynesburg wants to be In touch with the people of the east ern part of the county and in order to bring the trade to the county seat there must be a railroad or a trolly line and this wo will have Sunday November 21 was observ ed as temperance Sunday in Union town It has been the custom for sev eral years past to set apart one Sun day for special temperance work which is now the fourth Stinclay in November The work Is under the auspices of the W 0 T U At the request of the local union all the min sters of town preacrhed temperance sermons and in other ways aided In the observance of the day In Ihe afternoon at A oclock Ihe Sunday school temperance rally was hold in the opera house in which the children from the various schools of town took part Notwithstanding the very disagreeable weather the house was well filled Most of the ministers and Sunday school superin tendents were present occupying seats upon the stage The exercises were opened by God to Thee follovcd by responsive A GOOD PERFORMANCE James J Corbett arid the Empire Show Draw a Big Tho Umpire show allhc opera house Saturday night drew one of Ihe largest crowds of the season regard ICES of weather Most persons went to seo James J Corbett who appear ed on the stage in full evening dress and gave Koine amusing stories and incidents of his travels during his career as a pugilist Cornell makes a good appearance In public and Is an unusually Interesting talker having at his command an ribtindant supply of wit which to many was a surprise is they supposed histalents were de veloped chiefly In prize fighting Ills talk lasted about twenty minutes during which time tho audience were highly entertained by his varied hu morous experiences The other fea tures of the showwere very good es pecially the trick bicycle riding of Hill and Sllvainy and the athletic feats of the Gloss brothers both of which were remarkable The sing ing of Misses Duke and Harris was fine both having unusually good voices They wcro obliged to respond to repeated encores A Weeks Attraction The Clitcago Stock company is the attraction at the Grand opera house commencing Tuesday evening for a five nights engagement with a mati nee on Thanksgiving day and Satnr K TIM HIT Bob Sheppard Challenged the ExChampion FIGHT NOT PULLED OFF Gentleman Jim Had Appropriated the Ladles Apartments in the Station When the Dig B 0 Detective VETERANS HAVE NO MORE SIN CERE FRIEND Says Secretary Points of His Annual Address Invited Him Followed Connellsville Nov for j James J Corbett friends interfered ust In time to save him from a sound thrashing at the hands of Dig Hob Sheppard at the Baltimore and Ohio lepot Sunday evening For a while it looked had tor the California but he matter was settled amicably and the fight declared off All this happened during a drench Ing rain while Corbctl with his com pany were on their way from Union town to 1ittsburg Tho depot was Washington Nov annual report of Secretary Hitchcock of the Interior department was made public The contents are In part It endorses lite conclusions sub mitted by Commissioner of Indian Affairs Jones regarding tho present Indian education system The Income of the various Indian tribes from all sources during tho year aggregated a falling oft oC 5200952 mostly due to the ex piration of treaty obligations ThoDawcs commission to the five civilized tribes in Indian territory re ports that the rolls of membership of only onenation tho Scmlnoles so lar havo been approved and their lands havo not yet been entirely al lotted The time cannot be lined with certainly when the enrollment of the four remaining tribes will be finished Tho report highly endorses tho work and recommendation of Com missioner of Pensions Hvans and Damage Done Along Jersey Coast and on Long Island Sound u ATLANTIC CITY ALSO SUFFERED Portion cf Boardwalk Washed Away Other Damage of MtV ropolltan Hotel Asbury Park Torn Done About New York reading aflcr which Dr A S Milholj day On Tuesday oVcnlng the com who was easily game the star of the The noon train on the P R R due here at did not arrive today until being two hours and 42 minutes latcThe train was delayed In Pittsbnrg and was over two hours laic when it left there Mr and MrsJames Henderson of Urushlon wero the guests of Union town and Dunbar friends over Sun day An Italian Row Joseph dc George an Italian living at Scottdale made an Information against John Valentine and John Man ceno also Italians living at Scott dale charging them with assault and battery Theinformation was made before Justice Wni H Miller Con slable A J Bowie arrested the defend ants al Scottdale Saturday and lodged them in jail The prosecutor alleges that tho defendants followed him from Scottdale into Fayctlc county heating him to such an extent that he was compelled to shoot at them in order to protect himself He did shoot at them and shot John Valentine in he side but the wound is not serious Valentine made an information against the prosecutor dc George be fore Justice Miller charging him with shooting at with intent to kill Do George was arrested and all three of the parties are in jail The addition to the rearofWilliam Hunts storeroom on Main street Is about completed The plastering is done and tliu inlcrlor finishing is well under way This will make a large store room when completed which was made necessary by Mr Hums Increasing business Abraham Moscr and William Lynch of Mcriden Kas arc visiting A 1 Moser of this place and other rela tives in town and vicinity They are prominent merchants in Meriden and recently shipped 10GO barrels of ap ples for cold storage trade in IFnion town and 700 barrels to Piltsburg The work on tho First National Bank building is going on rapidly In spite of the bad weather The brick layers have been compelled to slop for a short time but the steel workers are being increased dolly Ten add ionai steel men will arrive Tuesday There no truth In the report ot a strike among the men The Interior of J Harry Johnstons store room is being painted and pa pored Since the room was remodel cil Mr Tohnslon has a much greater floor space W T Spaltcr came tip this morn ing from Fayctto City and reports a rise in the river of four feet He says that will make a coal stage The workmen on most of tho build ings about town were able to resume their work today after a short lay off on account of the rain Joseph Humberlson of Henry Clay was in town today and reports about eight Inches ot snow on the mountain Miss Margaret Cooper who has been ill al her home on Grant street for several days Is a little belter The walla of the Second National Banlt building are completed to the top Of the third story Squire X ABlack of Greensboro is the guest or Mr and Mrs B E Dil iircr of Lavyn avenue WoodBlcn Nov Ross L Bssington of Woodglen Fayelte coun ty Pa and Miss Stella Piersol of Flushing Ohio were married at the latter place Thursday Nov H 1001 at 1 p m They left there the same day slopping at Whcelng and Pittsburg and arriving at the home of the grooms falhcr J C ISssington in Jefferson township on Saturday following where a big supper and a company of friends awaicd them The youns couple received a large number ot handsome and valuable presents including a check for J250 lot of silverware and other articles They will reside on the farm of the grooms father at Woodslcn land led In prayer A class of Sunday school children sang God Bless Our Cause after which Dr S a Gordon gave a short talk on temperance work He spoke of the great curse that li quor Is to Ibis land and also of the great temperance work that is being accomplished largely through the In fluence of the W C T U He said that drinking was looked down upon far more now lhan a few years ago and It was getting to be a difficult matter for a drinking man to occupy any position of prominence He said that many of tho railroad companies had adopted rules to employ no man who used liquor W J Dixson superintendent of tho Central Presbyterian Sunday school also made some remarks along the same line He said the men who man nfacurod and sold Intoxicatlngdrinks were nBt lac only persons to blame as Ihey simply supplied a popular de mand Ho said when the public ceas ed to demand strong drink the day of the barroom would be over The best way to overcome the evil he thought was to educate tho rising generation to abstain from Its use Miss Oma Hnrds kindergarten class gave a drill which was followed by a drill by the L T L The Sunday school children and audience in singing America followed by an address by Dr H F Pledge What is it i Why Sign it Dr Kin said the first part of the subject was clear to all as everyone knew what a pledge was but many did not see the Importance of signing it thinking they could abstain from the drink pany will present UA Ilurlons new dramatization of the famous world The Bondman by Hull Cain author of The A special vaudeville program will be introduced between the acts and Manager Ilosskam has secured Prof Purvis and his wonder ful Iroupc of trained dogs as a special feature Over a million copies of the novel The Bondmanhave been sold and any one who has read the novel knows It Is a beautiful story and all who admire nobility of character and heroic action should have their seats reserved early for this great literary and dramatic production next Tues day evening Prices 10 20 and 30 Ladles free Tuesday evening only when accompanied by a 30 cent ticket Advance sale at Harry Beesons IN THE habit or other evils without signing a written promise to do so He said the pledge was very helpful in many ways and no one should lose an op portunity of signing it They should then endeavor to keep it faithfully Besides helping the person whn signed the pledge It helps others It was also helpful to Iho home aiid in business he said as this in Itself was a recommendation to a young man applying for a position It is also a sign of good character and is a great aid In establishing a reputation Hr Fell Fifteen Feet Alfred Harmon a son of David Har mon of Massllon Ohio met with quite i serious acidcnl last Monday Ho was engaged at work on 1 building u East Waynesbnrg and was stand ng on a board one end of which was resting on a window sill The board gave way and young Harmon was precipitated to the ground falling a distance of fifteen feet His left leg and arm were broken by tho fall but ho was not otherwise seriously injur ed Young Harmon is a carpenter and went to Waynesburg June last and has been steadily employed being an Industrious workman He formerly ived in Uniontown Eight months igo a brother was killed on the rail road The family seem to have more than their share ot ncsburg Times King spoke of the great public men who had signed the pledge and what a benefit it bail been to them The Sunday school children sang the Temperance Banner followed by U F Hopwood superintendent of the M B Sunday school and who made a few remarks and asked all to con Iribule liberally to Ihe collection Rev B G tatighrcy made the closing prayer and Uev J S Lightbourn dis missed with the benediction Will of J Harrison Wiggins of Whar ton Township The will of J Harrison Wiggins late of Wharton township has been probated He gives to his son Henry Wiggins the farm upon which he and deceased resided in Wharton lown shlp which Includes the land purchas ed Iry deceased from the heirs of Chas Griffith George Patterson Richard Jones and the field upon the Kentuck road purchased of Christian Berry and the balance of the Kentuck prop erty upon which is erected a saw mill He also gives Henry his farming Im plements and the grain and stock up on the land To his grand children J Harrison Wiggins Ida May Wig gins and Lida Wiggins and Frank Price he gives Ihe sum of 500 each to be paid out of his jicrsonal property He appoints Henry Wiggins his execu tor This will is dated October 30 1S8S and is witnessed by S B ISwlng and A S Fuller In a codicil added July 21 1SS1 be gives all the rest or the residue of his tslale not mention ed in the will to his son Henry Letters of administration were granted in the estate of George Emry late of North Union township deceased to Alfred K Jones Dond in the sum of Jims arrival had the people under the shelter and the fighter soon found himself very un comfortably crowded He slood It well for some time and then broke for cover Pompadour Jim thought the best place in the vicinity was the room marked Exclusively for feminine beauty basks in the luxury of easy rockers and lealliern couches So he went under the ropes tossed for a corner won and had just taken his place with his seconds beside the warmest radiator in the room when the challenge came from Sheppard Dob has been look ing after the peace and good order Interests of the Baltimore and Ohio for many years and all men look alike to him So when the pugilist refused to move the trouble cloud lowered Words increased In sio and slrcnglh and Shcppards coat commenced to slip down at the shoulders but just then Corhetts friends Interfered and saved him He agreed to accede to the wishes of the big officer and went to the baggage room where also there Is1 a radiator Sheppard is glad now that the fight was not pulled off for ho thinks it might have detracted in terest from the very Interesting after math at San Francisco When the two big men parted itwas with a hearty hand clasp and a total disap pearance ot all had feeling And now everybody is laughing about it Peter Prssne died at his home near Bear Run Sunday Nov 24 1901 aged TO years of paralysis Funeral Tuesday at Ha m from his late resi donee Interment at Indian Creek Baptist cemetery dtmso with people for Hie news lllat tno veterans havo no more snrcad rnin krnt rriclui lhclr comrade the spread itain commissioner who himself served as an enlisted man In tho armies ot the Union and he but maintains and defends the honor of their patriotic service when refusing to ignore both tho letter and the spirit of the law he declined to permit the Impostor whether claimant or agent to shato In tho bounty provided for the vet eran and Ihose dependent upon him Tho secretary says the net earnings of tho bond aided and land grant rail roads amounts to over and tho Increase in gross earnings to 5MOOOOOO The increase In expenses for tho year was over 524000000 Tho debt of tho Central Pacific road to the United Slates now stands at Tho secretary submits the annual report received froa the Maritime Canal company of Nicaragua which shows that since Its organization 10 145 shares of Its capital stock have been subscribed for at par aggregat ing and that the total amount of cash received In the treas ury as reported by tho company Is Tho expenses ol the com pany have been in cash 31090 shares of Tull paid capital stock 5000000 of first mortgage bonds and its obligation 000 of these first mortgage bonds It also has issued 180000 shares of its capilal stock at par value In payment of concessionary rights etc The liabilities of the company consist of the amount still duo under its con cession of the uouris mentioned and of cash liabilities out standing aggregating Us as sets comprise its unused capital stock tho SMS500 first mortgage bonds and tho 2420 shares of capital stock received in liquidation of the claim against the Nicaragua Canal Construction company the conces sion etc and the plant railways supplies and other property in Central America Secretary Hitchcocks report also discusses tho affairs or tho various bureaus already made public Atlantic City N J Nov se vere norlhcast storin washed away a considerable portion of tho boardwalk near tho inlet pavilion Involving a loss of several thousand dollars The yachtsmens wharf was also damaged while smail boats anchored near the Inlet were from their moorings and washed to sea Several on Ihc upper end of the had steps torn away by thewaves and the lower floors were flooded The street car tracks were submerged to feuch an extent that travel was interrupted The life saving crew reports no wrecks in this vicinity Owing to the Iclcphouc lines being blown down Ihey can get no nev3 from up the coast Tho storm has abated Now York Nov heavy north east galo Sunday ragedalobgth3 coast The storm set in Saturday evening blowing with great severity all night accompanied by heavy rain In tho upper and lower bay tho storm blow with great Anunusually high tido washed upon the Staten island shores doing slderablo damage to docks small boats and other craft The Staten Island Rapid Transit railroad track between TompklrisUllo and Stapletoo was obstructed by wreckage from drivers and a small schooner was driven ashore and the wreckage piled up on tho railroad track A IRISH WIT Deeds Entered for Record Kobort M Cooper and wife Sec Will W Crimmihs Tonight As Caleb Swan in Tennessees Pard ner Big Hunting Record Albert Hntchinson and the Gates Bros of Fairchancc returned Satur day evening from a mountain bunt during which they bagged five buck five wild turkey and plenty of smaller game Fred Davis John Jeffcrls Walter McClellaml Robert Van firemen and Wade Brown have gone to tho Glades armed with gun and dog to try theJr luck Eleanor V Whiting for a lot of land in Fayelte City October 5 1001 Marion I Kiltie nil wife to Samuel B Rotharmel for a tract of land in Clcltandtowh April S 1901 David Newcomer heirs to Samuel H Rotharmcl for a lot of land in Me German township containing 170 acres reserving the coal April 1 1501 Johnson and Joseph Hough to John Melrosc for a lot of land in Washing ton township Jan 1S1 John Melrose and wife to Alexander Lmlland for n piece of land In Wash ington township Nov IS 1901 Albert B Moscr and wife to Mary Rotharmel for a lot of land in McCIcl landtown Aug 11 1000 Pat Emits a Few Flashes on the Witness Stand Lawyers wilh an appreciative sense of humor enjoy nothing so much as to get a quick wilted ready tongucd son of the Emerald Isle on the stand to relieve the monotomy of the legal technicalities ot a case says the Dal Uniore Sun A gentleman who has been collecting samples of Irish wit and repartee for some lime rclalcs tho following anecdotes Some of hem arc donblless mellow with age mt In any case Ihey will hear repe tition Arc you asked the court clerk of a prisoner charged with sonic trivial offense Phat are yces there fore but to loinil out was the quick rejoinder A henpecked husband hail his bet ter half arrested for assaulting him Tho plaintiff was on the stand And now Mr said his counsel will you kindly tell the jury whethcr your wife was in the habit of striking yon with impunity Wid what sor With impunity She wnz sor now then but MARYLAIVDS OFFICIAL COUNT Democrats Have Clear Majority In Each Branch of the Legislature Baltimore Nov official count ot the votes cast in this city and stateat tho recent election has been completed It shows that the Democrats will havo 17 senators and M delegates in tho next legislature the Republicans will havo 0 lenators and 41 delegates The total vote In the stale for the heads of tho respective tickets is Hcring Dr for comptroller 96J77 Platl R 96356 Hcrlngs plurality guilty or not guilty 121 Thomas S Parran R defeated J Frank Turner D for clerk ot the court of appeals by a plurality of 1369 Prices 25 35 50 and 75 For Tennessees Pardncr Tonighl Young Dc Siullcs Hurt In the YaleHarvard foot hall game heavy sea raged in Ihe upper bay Damage at Nevy York Tho storm did considerable dainaga in the city The wind blew from 36 to 40 miles an hour Sunday afternoon In tha East river the tide rose to a height not remembered by the oldest inuah ItanL Great damage was done on all the Islands lying in the river oft the Harlem shore plors being carried away balhiiig pavilions washed oftv their foundations outhouses swept intotho flood and Cashed to pieces t in thowaters Gate tho terrific northeast gale the highest tido ever among the north shore of Long Island swept Inland leaving a ribbon of wreckage that girls tho shoro front from Astoria in Long Island Cily to Greenport on tho exlfemo end of the island Thousands of dollars damage was done Uocks boat and bathing houses were wrecked and fleets of yachts which had been drawn up In supposedly sate winter quarters were lloated off by the high tWe and left stranded in many instances more than half a niilu Inland Washouts occurred oh two branches of the railroad and trolley roads Traffic was suspended on two branches of the Long Island railroad while Jfor more than half a day the cars of the New York and Queens county electric railway were unable tp get Steinway owing to the tracks across the Meadows being sub merged by the tide Probably the greatest damage was dono at North Beach on Flushing and Bowery bays where more than 000 worth of docks paved walks pa vilions places of amusement and other property was destroyed In the cove off North Beach where Ihe Williamsburg Yacht cliib has Its headquarters tho fleet of small boala was swamped or carried Inshore The storm slrnck Asbury Park N J with more force than any In recent years The wind during Iho night attained a velocity ot 70 miles an hour and did much damage to cot tages A Hotel Damaged Tho Metropolitan hotel ono of tha Notice cw livery Fine horses and carriages at Reasonable prices 02 South sired Morrison i Co 11 8 ft Moving Pictures Hear the Sand Hill Quartet Tonight In Tennessees Pardncr Fresh oysters by the iuart at Morss restaurant Broadway 11lStf Tonight by Adjutant Webb at Salva tion array hall Admission 10 cents Zinc and grinding double tho wear Oysters received daily atMorsV restaurant Broadway P W Simon piano loner repairer and regulator at A I Ellli music store 81SU As I was passing Chas K Hagans he was getting a large box of Rey mcrs fine chocolates He gets them fresh every week 112321 CIT1ZFN Durbar Teachers Institute The teachers of Dunbar borough will hold an institute next Saturday November 30 They cxepect to have Prof C H Albert who was one of tho instructors at the county institute last year and other good speakers A number of teachers from this vicin ity expect to attend she gincrally used th polaty masher A wilness testyfying in a murder case was asked to describe Hie cxat location of a flight of stairs Explain to the jury said the pro1 cciiling atorney exactly how the steps run Sure sor if yc shtaml at th hot torn they run up an If yc shtand at th top they run down In a suit brought by an instalment house to obtain payment for a suit of furniture a witness was asked if ho fcncw what quartered oak meant Here is his definition It mans Ihot its thraquarlcrs poine on Saturday in which Harvard crush ed Yale 22 to 0 young De Sanllcs son of Major A B Dcsaullcs was hurt One account relating his colli sion will a Harvard man says Me Saulles was lying on the ground The game was stopped and careful atten tion given to the game little player but not only was he wobbly on his eel bill his mind wandered He was out of his head and was led passively oft the field amid Harvard cheers for him Notice to All Clerks i Meeting of the R C t P A win be held Tuesday night at Ihe G A R hall Business of much importance to be transacted L L FBtU U2521 Scc It Doesnt Pay When the great English advertiser Harmsworth was asked whether ho used street car ami omnibus advertis ing and posters he said No I dont because I dont believe in They may do for some advertisers but we have tried them and found they did not pay us We pin our faith to news papers and we know that our Invest mcnts pay largest in Asbnry Park was swept of Its roof and the rain soaked down nto the rooms causing much dam gc The piazzas of the hotel were orn off and the building Is consld rably damaged Trees have been tripped and tho streets arolitcred vlth branches wires parts of roofs T verandas and shutters No trains reached Scabright Sun iay and none may for several days The piers of a number of wealthy Scw York cottagers wcro swept away ind the wind carried o3 a corner of he roof ot the Normandlo hotel Fit ccn fishermens ooaLs wera wrecked Scabright was In darkness as tho high tido flcocied tho electric light DlanU Avoid Typhoid Drink Marshall distilled water You can get It at 1 lagans grocery 17 Morgantown street Sole agents Boll phone N 112521 Gas and Coal Stoves Greatest variety and prices al Miller Pickards No OS West See Tennessees Pardncr Tonight A Heart Story of the hills Hardware You get the best value for your mono at Miller Pickards No 05 Wcs Main street Main street Zinc and grinding double the wear The News Standard having by man cnndreda the largest circulation o my paper In Fayette county Its ad rantagei ai an advertising medium 1 The Kunits String Quartet Tho concert at the M B church lo night will be one of the most pleasing vents of the season The members f tho Quartet arc exactly tije same as last year except that Mr Cnrl icrnthaler one of the member ot tho ittsburs Orchestra plays the avomi lanimcnts for the quartet tills year The program is one of more than or Unary Interest the opening num ber being Beethovens Quartet In F Op IS No 1 Another bcantlfii quartet Is the Music of the Spheres from Riihenstcias second quartet and by special request Mr Herbeits arrangement of Narcissus will bo in cluded in the program Mr von Kunits and Mr Merck will be holrJ in solo numbers and theentire prp gram Is one that cannoTiii iuXer est every lover of nrtislc Single al mission 60 cenls
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