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DuBois Pittsburg Post (Newspaper) - November 1, 1894, DuBois, Pennsylvania R thursday morning ready for the tourney. Athletic clubs represented by their rest rovers and wrestlers. M Keesports big team. Lafayette score a it the Strong i. Of p. Kicker. All the late sporting news goitre no Tho Point Tho jaw and och ring went Down and out. Och ring won the Amateur a Hampton ship in new York City Madison Square Garden last March whipping four men in two nights. In spite the rain. Have the first contest the a. A. A. Boxing and wrestling tournament will begin at $ clock to night. A Good time is promised All who attend the entry list yesterday omitted the name Paddy Mcgrath. Of the nonpareil a. The Champion Boxer who will appear in he 115-Pound class. Thomas Mitchell the West end gym Boxer is entered in the 115-Pound class. By mistake his name got among the 135-Poun it is. Two the entries trill not be allowed in the ring account a professional taint. The Are George Plante in the 145-Pound class and T. Maloney in the 125-Pound class j the committee has decided to bar both it men. Maloney went against Bobby j Dobbs at the Academy music some months ago for which it is alleged he i received remuneration. Plante As All know fought to a finish with Jim my tvs a the Well known local professional t ont will be compelled to weigh in from a to 7 clock this evening. All Are requested to be time to avoid delay. Much interest is taken in the Mckeesport delegation boxers. There Are nine men entered from that City All 1 i. A. C. Lexer is and la. G. 4 it oat till the Gridiron. Notwithstanding the torrents rain that fell yesterday afternoon representatives the first and second teams the holy ghost College donned their suits to tackle the p. A. C. Reserves. Two Lively 20-Mtnute halves were played during whih Johnson for the p. A. A r., scored a touch Down and Miller and Kearns for the College. The . G. C. Boys shoved their opponents Over the lint for a safety thus increasing the score to to 4 in their favor. Wolf. I behold and Miller played a Good aggressive game for the College and to Mig. Johnson and Paisley showed up Well the defensive. The teams lined up As follows h. G. C. p. A. C. R. 4. Murphy left j a rom Miter heft tack Eloc to k to ass left Smith enter Vamo grift right guard Roger right tackle Hamilton right end. Of. Kearn quarterback half. Al t half. M i lie fullback rapidly As possible. The card for Erie Day w in be followed to Day. A is Tommy Ryan a hebrew Chicago Ort. 31.�?Tom Rourke Boston has bet Frank Brien Chi Cago in too even that Tommy Ryan the pugilist is a hebrew. Or. Of Rourke by the terms the Wager must prove within Dannett Ryan is a hebrew it it a lotto his Money. A committee five local sporting editors has been agreed upon to decide the question. O Wall. I k. Kearns. Die bold. Johnson Batchlor Alexendr Jordon i a aisle y Umpire Brown. Line Many proc t . Referee a Walsh. Racing at Mckeesport. For speedy local Hornet to Start Charity next wednesday. A number owners speedy horses in Mckeesport have arranged for a local Salt meeting next wednesday the pro strangers except two Conn Fly and Gib j needs to to the City Hospital service Bons. They Are reported to have been in j particularly to buy an ambulance. It preparation for the tournament for some is to be a mixed trotting and acing time and ought to be in the Pink con 1 race open to All three year old horses coition. Seven them Are from the j in Mckeesport Only Best three in live Young men s lyceum club and two i one mile heats. The owner each picked two goals from Field. New iia in Conn. Oct. 31.�?the volunteers. Of new York were badly Defeated by the Yale team this afternoon if to 2. Butterworth lid not play and lotion was put in his place at full halt k he played a Fin game ran Well and kicked two goals from the Field. A to Sullivan signs a till Roxton. Bolton. Ort. 31.�?james Sullivan the pc Phe Fia jts Bujiro Post. November i 1894. The rollicking Tony. Sti Art Robson pits Gold-8 m it Obi famous character. A curious Mirror setting. Disclose actors before they appear the stage. Receiver for a child. Attractions for next week. Pitcher last season s Providence nine has signed with the Boston league club. From the athletic club. Ned Donnell the 158-Pounder, is said to be a Fine Boxer and is expected to take the laurels from John Finnegan. A. A. A. Has nine men entered four boxers and five wrestlers. Its wrestlers Home entered is to Deposit $10 the winning hours to take the purse the second Home two third the roil tinder and the third horse the balance. The Nate receipts to be i to the Hospital fund. The entries for the Are among the Best local athletes in race will close next Friday and the adult lading. At it does John Hilliah. Mar Mission fee to the Ark is to be 35 cents shall cordon. Finnerty and Sam Hickey. I the following horses have already been the emeralds and Oakleaf each have j entered Billy kid. John Giorgan Jack seven men the list. The t la Leaf Del It it. . Maud William Chisholm leg Hon w ill consist six boxers and i Gold Hal. A m. Mcgregor Ben boy one wrestler. The be Fords w to made . And l. Richardson. Quite a reputation last season have two j 0_ boxers and three wrestlers entered. The result at Wash Agton. Boxers Are Joe Quinn the Champion 1a& Pounder and Phil Baker entered in the i n Ashington oct. 3i.-three Odds favourites finished first at St. Asaph today. Little Field made his first appearance. And had two successful mounts. A Sloppy track prevented fast time. First race mile Samaritan won i Edna May second Sabina filly third. Same class. Its wrestlers Are Barber Griffin and William Hilliah. Joe is the Captain the be Fords and will very Likely be in the Corners All his men. It the nonpareil Are in line with six entries All them top notches except j time 52l. A inner a new Man who is in the 125 second race. A j Miles Tartuffe won a Pound wrestling class. The Wood run i the scalper second Troglen gelding escort club will be represented by Mike time. Is. J Creadon who knows How to use the to Tira i Miles prig won. # mitts and two new men. 8cond�?T 1.ume think Tom amp a p. A. C. Has the Best it Talent in fourth race 5 furlongs Reynard won the tournament. John Mcgraw and Joe j Walt Jim second Lori Mer third. Time Schmucker ought to repeat their sue 1 07u&. It esses last season the mat while j race a furlongs Mcintyre won Salmon Wal take care himself in the ring. It will Spring a new Man in Gray in the 115-Pound wrestling class. The West end gym will have three sturdy men to uphold their reputation. They Are All boxers and Good ones St that Hennegin Arlel and Mitchell will make things hum in their respective classes. It a a a a a a. La a in 11 pit Ava t ill to it. W u ii Mel it by second repetition third. Times Mirlink notes. Yale will not play Cornell this year. There is a letter in this office for Fred Hartman the Ball player. Frank Shugart Umpire a game at Sabula. Pa., saturday. The Sabula beat Hie Rockton in to 5. Sub Garth a work pleased both Side. The winners at Oakley yesterday were Connell John be Lur Pittsburg Katie g., Vernon and Hollywood. Pittsburg won the third race at Oakley yesterday in a driving finish by half a length from Buck Lin. The stance was seven furlongs and was made in 1 3jvj. Tickets for the a. A. . A. C. Foot 11 game it tuesday were diced Sale at Pratt s yesterday and began at once to be disposed . A run is expected to Dav Carriage space is being rapidly bought. To Day Robert And John r Gentry will meet in a match race at Philadelphia. To Morrow Alt fantasy and lucidly Are scheduled to against time. Amherst was not Able to play yesterday and its game with Yale has been declared off. At the Seaside athletic club tournament monday Young Griffo who was Drui k and noisy was pitched out the building by the police. President a Mullan the Atlantic association a. A. A., contrary to exp Fec Tattoo ill not attend the boxing tournament. He left for Philadelphia yester Dar George Plante a Given up his attempt to break into the Amateur ranks again. He made the usual rounds yesterday offering to meet any local Man at bit pounds. A a Danford unpopular. Man Republican will tote for the democratic it undid in. Steubenville . Oct. 31.-the democrats in this strict Are working hard. There is no Rush a a been Given out the part democrats Here to get into the Republican column but if anything they Are standing by the old party in re firmly than Ever. The germans who a supposed to be solid for the re after inking the fortunes himself and his company player for the first part the week to by. Ketone comedy a leap year a Stuart Hobson replaced it last night with another comedy in which the same Buckstone has become traditionally connected a Tony Lumpkin. It i scarcely necessary after mentioning Goldsmith Fain. As character to say that the play was a she Stoops co conquer a in which by the Way . Robson a people have been seen in Pittsburg before. The rollicking Tony was course taken care by . Robson and differs in no essential degree from its characterization by him in the past. The Robson methods offering humor Are not varied but they Are always infectious. There is the same squeak that endeared the famous Bertie Vanalstyne to the play going Public that staccato Way picking up his words and dropping them again and the impressive repetition at slow Tempo an audacious speech which invariably earn a laugh. It is quite possible that . Robson a Tony is More suited to this part Tho nineteenth Century than Goldsmith s boisterous youth. There is no doubt the real Tony Lumpkin was very far from b ing a gentleman and that the pruning which he has received at the hands a line English speaking comedians brings us to Day to a Pale counterpart the original. The present delineation is in keeping with this doctrine. The part miss Hardcastle was taken by mrs. Robson and was dressed charmingly Quot a miss Hardcastle was a bit a spitfire at times and could give Ber father a foretaste Uncertain lecture that was As certain every night As the striking to p. In. By the clock. Mrs. Robson shows More the Good natured Side the heroine and in fact treated the Forward . Marlowe to a Good humor that he scarcely deserves. Or. Verance was vastly More pleasing As Marlowe than the somewhat conventional work in a leap year gave Hope . His carrying off the situation where Hardcastle catches him embracing his daughter under the Guise her maid was executed splendidly. Another player who deserves mention is John l. Yvo Oderson who broke into such spontaneous laughs in his character As Diggory that several people in the Duquesne audience found queer arrangement growing oat a Virginia divorce malt. Staunton va., oct. 31.�?the first application for a receiver for a child in a Virginia it ourt far As is known has been made and granted Here. The parties to the controversy Are William b. Gray and mrs. Syldora couts Gray san Diego. . The child is a Bright frail lad nearly 5 years old. Or. Gray is a native this City where his Mother and brother now reside. He moved to California eight years ago and two years thereafter wedded miss Syldora outs san Diego. The boy in controversy is their Only child. Three weeks ago the father left san Diego and took the boy with him. Anticipating that he would come to his old Home with the boy the Mother accompanied by her sister s husband colonel Chalmers Scott California came Here and applied to judge Mclaughlin the circuit court for the appointment a temporary receiver for the child pending the result an action in the same court for permanent custody. The petition was granted and sheriff Watts named As temporary receiver. Yesterday morning. When . Gray alighted with the child from an eastbound train the sheriff took Possession the child. At the same time he served . Gray with a summons in a suit his wife for divorce instituted in the California courts after his departure. Mrs. Gray in her petition alleges that she has property valued at $40,000 to $50,000, that her husband has never earned any Money that he has Long been addicted to drink is an atheist and is morally materially and spiritually unfit to be the custodian the child. Forecast Victory. Chairman Faulkner Shie triumphs for the demo racy. A i recital that who in Teresi everyone. No ground will be lost. Indications a Republican landslide Aru nut Manifest. Or. It ii in kit estimate sought death together. Singular tragedy japanese lovers unit friends. J Aux wit a us Uvodic publican tix to. Are now placed in the them rather contagious sixth race. 6 Furlong a Owlet won jargon second Hallie Woodford third. Time. I she. A Pennsylvania a weakness. R Lafayett her to met a1 i eat Dyne i through its line new scoring har Dily splendid run. Philadelphia. Oct thousand people saw the Pennsylvania football team defeat Lafayette the local College grounds this afternoon by the unsatisfactory acor 26 to 0, the East anians went through Pennsylvania a line Uke water through a Sieve. Twice Barclay their left halfback passed the entire team. With the exception Brooke and Only the Slippery condition the grounds prevented him scoring. The red and Blue s line was particularly weak at guard both Wharton and Woodruff being Laid up and their places filled by Stannard and Hancock who put up a very inferior article football. Williams played i first regular game at Quarter for the varsity while Knipe looked after left halfback. The work the former was excellent his tackling a Aid passing being Well nigh faultless. Knipes work however was disappointing. Time and time again he was sent Pittsburg selected by Brewer. Kansas City oct. Subj. A. R. Elliott the local Wing shot who recent i. Signed articles it a shoot with . Carver today received a Etter from John l. Brewer new York declining to shoot five races for the championship the world but accepting Elliott proposition to shoot five races for a Money consideration. The Ai t two races Grill be shot at Kansas City to follow with one at hot Surg pa., and be other two some i is Nar in \ York City. Me Brewer and Elliott will meet n Chicago within let Days for the purpose signing contracts. A a fur the a culling Chaa Hon so i i. .4t. Louis. Oct. 31.�?Captain John Oro try. Manager the Austin great annual International regatta association A. St. John and . Schanb planned a match race fur the championship America to take place in Austin tex. When that City s water Light and Power system now Nett ring completion is finished. The proposed raw is to be Between Thos. Sullivan Champion England John Teemer Henry Paterson and Jake Gaudaur. A Lehigh defeats North Carolina. Bethlehem a. Oct. 31.�?iahigh Defeated the University North Carolina in a hotly contested football game Here against the line and just As surely was. _. hurled Back for no gain and often i afternoon a _4 to 6. Lehigh s Euler considerable loss. The Only members j per interference won the game. Guyon the Pennsylvania team who showed any snap vigor whatever were gel Bert the new left end. Osgood. Brook and Williams. Osgood wits the i test ground gainer and made a number Brilliant runs in which Williams a interference was a marked feature. Pennsylvania was Able to score but one touchdown in the first half made by Bruke after about to minutes play. No goal resulted. Lafayette had been playing a hard aggressive game and the wearers the red and Blue were much worried Over the result at this stage the contest. Pennsylvania however braced up in the second half gild. Although it was in minutes Shorter than the previous one. Managed to Roll up 22 Points broke Osgood Knipe and Gelbert making touchdowns while Brooke kicked three goals out four attempt in the half. Barclays two runs for 40 and 50 Yards through the left Side Pennsylvania s line were the features the game. They w re both made an old gag which the Lafayette boys sprung the quakers Sigman the fullback dropping Back a fake attempt to kick. While the Stocky Little halfback took the Ball and seeded though Pennsylvania a line and Down the to id. Williams and Brooke were the Only men that showed to advantage in the interference and there was Little semblance anything like team work. The teams lined up As follows u. Of position. I Lafayette a. Gelbert left Wagon Hurst Lei t tackle Boelcke . Lur Jan Bull. Center 8. Jordan Stannard right guard Rhinehart for the visitors made a phenomenal run so Iris while Trafton and Thurston a playing for Lehigh behind the line was excellent. Lehigh s eleven is much stronger than it has i Wen for weeks. The visitors put up a Strong rapid game but the line showed Lack training. A to doubtful column especially As far As the congressional candidate is concerto i. S some years ago. At Cadiz Danfor j made a speech in which he bitterly assails the German Arni Irish. The recalling this speech has lost Danford Many roes already. The statement Captain Danford in his Steubenville speech a i do not want anybody who favors free coinage Silver to vote for me As i would not represent his ideas that question in Congress a i operating very strongly against lung and will lose him vote those rep divans who fed that the Silver question la the main Issue. Or. Beme the democratic congressional Cand late. Has made a thorough canvass the District and his logical arguments the Silver question remain unanswered by the Republican candidate. A great Many republicans have in fled their int Hon to vote for Barnes. Of. A she Stoops to conquer hold the Bourd to night and at the saturday matinee with a the Henrietta replacing it the remaining nights the a Geek. Improved mail service. Jack Kina after Tim Sefl Tylnn. Jack King a heavyweight pugilist St. Louis is in town. He would ilk to get a match w Ith Tim s Alan Pittsburgh Champion. King has heard Tim s Powers but thinks he can hold his own against the plots Burger in a Glove contest. Nothing definite has Bien done Jet. But a match mar be tile result King can show the a Ocolor i a a hide Shuting at Bridgeville. To Day the Bridgeville Rifle club will hold its first annual tournament it Range at Bridgeville. Shooting will begin at i clock this afternoon and continue until dark. Every Effort has been made to make the event a Success. All the Best shooters in this part the state Are expected to part Iii Pate. The event will be a ticket match off hand. At 196 Yards. Five prizes will be Given. O Jim Iii and duly to night. Buffalo oct. 31.�?jack Slavin and Jim Daly Are in excellent trim for their 15 round to Morrow night. There will be no draw ithe r Man is to believed. They will fight at Eatch weight for a purse $1,500. The preliminary bout will be a 10-round Between Jock Upton right end Jones it Vincent it owe. Be round William Quarter Back Attix Vincent i Harley and Jim i Erry. it Lay Osgood right ize r Brooke full Back so Man Reese touchdowns i Rooke 2, Osgood Knipe Gelbert. Goals Brook 3. Referee and Umpire . Cha s. Sehi by Ani h. A Stuckey alternates in halves. Linesman a. F. Do la a Rte. To cunning Stanton Abbott. He fools Charles och ring neatly and easily knocks him out. Baltimore oct. 31.�?the fight Between Stanton Abbott and Charles Gehrung last night took place at the Academy music referee h. Lee Clarke announced that it would be a six round . From the Start Gehrung began to Fores the fight and the 1,000 spectators applauded every time he landed a Blo Abbott protected his face with his hands and the body blows he got were when he was ret eating. The first two rounds looked like honors would be even. At the end the sixth round Abbott a waiting for an opening to get in i right and led Gehrung . At the beginning the third round he got the opening he wanted and landed a staggering blow Giehrl Ngy neck. Is turf amp then became a into More cautious and again Abbott became apparently careless. He led Gehrung and when he got the opening he wanted he made a half right Arm swing and caught Gehr Teg under the ear och ring fell Bol was up again to eight seconds abbots meets prod Hie distance and again i1 i fz�?~4 i sep ugly be caught mulches postponed one Day. Philadelphia oct meet big the crack horses at Point Breeze has been postponed until Friday upon application Monroe Salisbury the owner allx. The reason Given was tin desire horsemen who Are anxious to Dimeas the met Ting to be present tomorrow a t Aie Leland Stanford s Stock in new York. The scheduled events will come off Friday and saturday. O a a arrangement fur tract iou postal i a Are com doted. The Street railway mail service will into effect Here november to. The in ii to and from the East Liberty office will be carried the Duquesne line and in Case any Accident to the lir it is understood that the fifth Avenue line will Transfer the mails. President Nathaniel Holmes the citizens line yesterday agreed for that company carry the mails to and from . He is taking a great interest in the subject and has offered to place regulation boxes All the oars so that residents along the line the Road might hand letters to the conductors and have them brought Down town taken to the East end and mailed immediately at the general office. Nothing will to. Harped the government fur these bodies for a year hut after that time if they work successfully a Small compensation for their use will be asked. Prepaid it it Holmes also agreed to free transportation for the special delivery boys commencing Novom by r 5 president George b. Hill and Fred Gwinner the Pittsburg Allegheny amp Manchester and the Allegheny traction companies called Ltd postmaster Donnell and assistant superintendent malls Mas ten yesterday fir the purpose discussing arrangements to carry the malls to Allegheny. President Jennings. Of the Birmingham line says that i id will enter into agreements the same a the others. The Stree railway employee to will look after the mails will not be regarded As government employees and will not be entitled to come under the provisions the government Rule which prescribes eight hours As a Day s work. A a a a to an old actor with the Leisure a retired player his hands remarked at the Duquesne the other evening a what a curious Angle to choose for the setting that Mirror in the anteroom Hall whatever it is which a suggestion is Given in the first and second act Quot leap be people sitting in the left proscenium boxes. And even doom in the pit parquet rather. Have been afforded an Opportunity sea the actors As they enter the final touches to their toilets Yokohama oct. 31.�?a real love Story full romantic interest and concluding with an unhappy tragedy finds its Way from the Interior the Empire. It has been an immemorial custom in Japan for despairing lovers to quit the world either by a simultaneous suicide by the Man killing his mistress and then himself. Such deaths Are known As Shinju and have been until recently regarded As rather honorable than otherwise to the principal actors As significant their deep love and personal courage. The Graves such unfortunates used in celebrated instances to be made the object Distant pilgrimages and it frequently occurs that despairing lovers would immolate themselves before the tombs those whose example had inspired them to take so rash a step. Taro and Choshi were sweethearts. The former was 20 and the latter 17 years age. Their parents objected to their marriage arid Taro proposed Shinju to his lady love. Taro informed his bosom Friend Isojiro his intentions. And it was finally arranged that All three should leave the world at the same time. The night was chosen and Isojiro acted As executioner. He first Cut the girl s Throat and then Tarot a. The girl died at once the knife having severed an artery. Taro also fell where us urn Isojiro turned the we Sopon upon himself. When he returned to consciousness he found Taro struggling to Iii feet and very far from being dead. When both men recover the courts Law will take cognizance their act. Of answers to . L. G. Lewis Pittsburgh the full centuries to be leap years must be divisible by 400 without a remainder. The year 1900 is not so divisible and therefore is not a leap year. P. so far As we know there is no reason w by any civilized country should interfere in the cd i a Japan War. Russia England May eventually interfere directly indirectly to further some Milt project each May have give i afoot in Asia. But this does not at pres a. Ent seem probable. M. Canada an Anonymous writer sends Dionysius dimple was not guiltless Jyh he Post a Well written and entirely Ltd Tai a t monday even ing toking a squib the Glass preparatory to coming and putting i chrysanthemum into place just before making his appearance As the simple Cousin. A Little the illusion is lost because one should certainly never Sec the player when he is in the wings for the better actor he is the More Likely he is to Lay ankle his character during the moment concealment. Pitts in Ruer a director. Albany n. Y., oct. 31.�?the Niagara River and land company Buffalo a incorporated to Day with a capital $250,000, to carry a real estate business to construct and maintain Dollte Anc piers to maintain Ware and store houses. The business is to be incited in the town grand Island. Erie county. The directors Are e. M. Rutz Pittsburg pa., and m. Tutwiler and Robert Snodgrass Hamburg. Of your Uncle Dudley a which will hold the boards at the East end theater next week. Is said to be one the brightest and most mirth provoking the Many farcical comedies that have been seen in recent years. According to reports from other cities it sparkles with clan wholesome wit and is entirely free from that suggestiveness and buffoonery that is offered so often nowadays to replace legitimate comedy. Well known members the company Are Lena Merville Augusta Nelson Minnie thurgate Frank Carrier Russell Bassett. L. Otto in Eyer Augusta Cook and others. A the rising generation a which was conceded by those who saw it to he a great Irish american comedy with William Barry the Happy Lucky fat Little comedian in the Star part will be seen at the new grand monday evening. Lovers pure wholesome comedy will once More have an Opportunity seeing that very funny yet realistic poker game. Miss Lydia Barry the stars pretty daughter has a number new songs. Good tempered article in reply tor the communication e. H. Sammons touching the Canadian government policy printed in this paper tuesday morning we have no objection in the world to printing the communication but think it should be signed with the name the author. Or. Sammons wrote Over his own name and in fairness to him challengers his statements should do Tho same. Ala Mil Narn in in Conn Temann. Guatemala oct. 31.�?a great fright exists Here Over the Rumor that Mexico is sending a Fleet to blockade guatemalan torts the Pacific. The government is taking All possible precautions for defense. Labor is rest. Next week Joseph Jefferson will adorn the Duquesne stage and will present from monday to Friday evenings and at the saturday matinee that classic comedy a trip saturday evening . Jefferson will offer the double comedy Bill a Cricket the Hearth and Quot lend me five seats and boxes for the Jefferson week Sale this morning at 8 30. Pause not to dream the future before us pause not to weep the wild cares that come Over us hark How creations deep musical chorus. Inter mitting goes up into heaven never the Little wave falters in flowing never the Little seed stops in its growing More and More richly the Rose heart keeps glowing. Till from its nourishing Stem it is riven. Quot labor is worship a the Robin is singing a labor is worship a the wild Bee is ringing listen that eloquent whisper up Spring ing Speaks to thy soul from out natures great heart. From the dark Cloud flows the live giving Shower from the rough Sod blows the soft breathing Flower. From the Small insect the Rich Coral Hovver Only Man shrinks in the plan from his part. Ii los Muncy by Mig men. New York. Oct. 31.�?the sales the boxes the annual horse show we As he i this afternoon at Madison Square Garden. Fully 50li n present tiv new yorkers attended the bidding was somewhat slow. The first Box a knocked Down to George Gould for $500. The Sale netted $34.27&Quot. And averaged $356 a Box. As against $30,000 last year. Among the Mort prominent purchasers were we. C. Whitney. Fred in Bronson a. Ltd assets w. E. D Stokes. A. L Strong John m. Bower. Herny Sloan c. A diver Iselin. W. Stewart Wedd and f. De it aute Vil it. O Robert In Philadelphia. Buffalo oct. 23.�?the King pacers Robert j., has Bein shipped to Philadelphia to participate in the special match with John Gentry to Morrow. Rain at Mckee Rock. The races at Mckee rocks yesterday were prevented by rain. The program will be taken up to Day and finished As it finn reorganization. New York oct. reorganization committee the toted a. Ann Arbor amp North Michigan Railroad company has adopted a plan reorganization which provides that the existing mortgages Are to be fore did and the property tie hts and franchise purchased under said foreclosures by the committee. It is proposed to form a new company under the Laws the state Michigan. William Jones a wealthy Coal operator. Living at Silver Creek Hardin county o., Wai struck by a train tuesday night and killed. Of. Ii tax. Mast Bene Louisville oct. 31.�?bj a decision the United states Board appraisers new York received Here to Day re imported whisky which tax had not been paid prior to the new Tariff Laws going into effect must Bear a tax to to per gallon eve if it had been re imported prior to the time the Tariff Lav went into next week the Bijou will give its patrons a season farce comedy when a a run the Bank has its initial production in this City. The new farce which is especially constricted to suit Ward and yokes the far eurs the variety stage who made a hit last season As Percy and Harold two tramps his guided As gentlemen. Thir new \ Ehl cd Quot a run the Bank a is believed to give valuable opportunities to the two Star for the display their Virtues As comedians. The Alvin theater will have for its attraction next week Charles l. Davis and his Calvin Jos Llna company together w Ith prof. Kila by and the original living pictures. The appearance . Davis at his own theater is always an interesting event and this year it will be made doubly so account the living pictures which . Davis has secured a an additional attraction for Tai engagement. Labor is rest from the sorrows that Greet us rest from All Petty vexations that meet us. Rest from sin prompting that Ever entreat us rest from world sirens that lure us to ill. Special to the Pittsburg Poat. Washington oct. 31.�?senator Faulkner chairman the democratic congressional Campaign committee still Sticks to his policy not making any Public Quot claims As to the number congressional districts the democrats will carry next week. This is in striking contrast with the course the chairman the Republican committee who has been issuing a a claim a about twice a week for the last six weeks each them a most extravagant nature based the Assumption that this is to be a Republican landslide year. But this Assumption a essential to the republicans from the first because with a democratic majority 80 to overcome it was Only by making their claims a landslide basis that they could possibly keep their courage up to the fighting Point at All. Any modesty conservatism the part their Leader in forecasting the outcome the congressional elections would have meant disorganization from the Quot Start in the Republican rank. And the frequency with which the landslide based claims the Republican congressional committee have been put Forth shows the necessity they Felt constantly keeping up a vigorous whistling in order to maintain their courage. As the closing Days the Campaign draw near their predictions a landslide become More vigorous and More ridiculous for the boldest arid most ingenious them when pinned Down to cold probabilities cannot for the life them make it appear in what Section the country the landslide is to take place. If it is to the in Pennsylvania for instance then they must assume that the state will give tuesday next a heavier Republican majority than it gave grow in february last and no one who wishes to be taken seriously ventures to make a claim this kind. They Are aware that Tho Republican majority in Pennsylvania will fall Many thousand Short grow a majority and this admission involves an acknowledgement that the democrats will carry at least eight the congressional districts As a Brief inspection the figures will demonstrate. And if no landslide is coming in Pennsylvania then where is it to be looked for chairman Babcock the Republican committee who has just returned from the West has Given out an interview indicating his belief that Wisconsin Illinois and Indiana will be the scene one. Senator Faulkner laughed when he read this interview to Day. Quot i d be wiling to bet a Good Cigar a he said a that Babcock would t look me in the Eye and talk that Way to me. He do it and keep from laughing. No a continued the senator a a in there a going to be a Republican landslide it certainly will not be in Wisconsin Illinois Indiana West Virginia. If the information i have from those states Isnit approximately accurate then it is useless for experienced political observers Aud campaigners to attempt making forecasts. And my information is that wit will beyond doubt elect the state ticket in Wisconsin and a majority our congressional candidates. A a in Illinois we will elec part the state ticket control to legislature thus gaining a United states senator and will hold our own congressmen. The men who give me this information Are thoroughly familiar with the Polit Cal situation in those states and i am certain they Are not mistaken in their estimates. In Indiana too the situation As shown by advices from a dozen different sources is All right and we will hold our own there. A the Republican claim a coming tidal wave in the state is nothing Short silly. They certainly have no Means judging the feeling which Are not at our command and we can discover nothing to make us certainly there is nothing in senator Faulkner s manner talking in Public private Whilt h would indicate a fear his part that the democrats will come out second Best in the great contest next tuesday. The senator course May be mistaken but no one who talks to him can fail to be impressed with the belief that he looks Forward to tuesdays balloting with quite Confidence. The fact that he gives no estimate claim the number states the democrats will carry is altogether without significance. Everyone knows that these claims estimates Are Little value because they Are bound to show a majority for the party making them. It can be said however that the Best informed democrats Here after the to d carefully canvass the situation Are confident the democratic majority in the next House will not be less than a dozen Over the combined Republican and populist strength while they Gay that the Best that can happen to the republicans will not give the latter a Clear majority the House. Of physician could do no More Relief fun no a at last a a modern Mira vie. From the Hackettstown n. J Republican. Reports from time to time reached the a a Republican the remarkable cure mrs. Jacob Shields the wife our leading Coal merchant who had been suffering from a complication diseases that nearly resulted in her death. In order to verify these statements one our reporters called upon mrs. Shield and found that the reports in no Way represented the great service that had been rendered her by . David Kennedy a favorite remedy. The particulars the Case Are these a i was taken sick a said mrs. Shields Quot with typhoid fever and was delirious for three weeks. When i recovered i suffered untold agony with my Back and right limb. They Felt As though they would burst., at the same time i suffered dreadfully with my kidneys. Blood would pass from in most the time. My Mother wats with me and a Friend hers called and told her the sickness they had passed through at her Home and that . David Kennedy a favorite remedy had been used by them and she Felt sure i would find great Benefit from its use. A a bottle was purchased and i had t taken but a few doses before it began to relieve me Ami in a few lays some Small Sharp Whit stones passed from me. That evening the doctor called and i told him that i Hod stopped his Medicine for he had told . Shields the last time he called that he did not know what More to do for me. Some time before this i was taken to the Hospital and then brought Home As was supposed to die . David Kennedy a favorite remedy was taken just in time. I do thank god from the Bottom my heart that he Ever sent that lady Here to Tell me favorite remedy otherwise death would have been my doom. Since i have recovered Ever so Many hav b old in that it was a Miracle i Ever got Well. I certainly cannot say enough in Praise . Kenn dyes favorite remedy. A Many persons Are using it upon my recommendation and it is doing them Good. I will cheerfully answer any questions a said mrs. Shields. Quot in regard to my illness feeling that others who May be suffering will be be netted by using . Kennedy favorite no tribute to the Efficacy . David Kennedy a favorite remedy could be greater than these words mrs. Shields a what voluntarily tells the Story her remarkable recovery and that this Medicine should be used by persons suffering from diseases for which it is prepared. Favorite remedy ranks with the medical profession As the most per. Feet blood and nerve Medicine. It a will cure All diseases the skin liver and kidneys and the weaknesses Peculiar to females and affords great Protection from attacks that originate in change life. It cures scr Fula Salt Rheum rheumatism dyspepsia All kidney bladder and urinary diseases gravel diabetes anti Brights disease. Or. David Kennedy s favorite Rem Edy is for Sale by dealers in Medicine at $1 a bottle. To who Are the leaders in our line no question about it. We Art Bow showing the latest pall novelties in. Fico foot won Our $3 shoes the Best in the world not a Hack number in our Toro but All Resli new goods. Our Price Are right. A trial solicited. 403 Smithfield St. 403 oc3i-lt-h Kimmy at reasonable prices is the particular at i amp traction Paulsons. One tile Hodish ideas is a turban trin uned in narrow band persian Lamb Sealskin As the fancy dictates. Some our prettiest hats run from $8 to $12. Last seasons bats re trimmed and re shaped $1.00. Paulson Bros no i it had seven husbands Irene a Rouse Hee multiplying Trenton to. J., by Fie a comedians headed by the Phe it nominal female baritone Helena Mora As the Stellar attraction begin a week engagement next monday evening at the Academy music the company including this season the rays the Brothers Dixon Filson and Errol Alburtus and Bartram Forbes and Quinn Harris and Walter and the electric quartet. Rest not Content in thy darkness a clod work for some Good be it Ever so slowly cherish some Flower be it Ever so lowly labor a All labor is Noble and holy let thy great deed3 be thy prayer to thy god. Frances Sargent Osgood. Meteorological record. Observation taken night eight Oclock. Mail Fouch imitated cannot be equated. A special school children a matinee will take place next saturday at the Park theater Allegheny. After the performance every child in the audience will be Given an Opportunity to meet and become acquainted with Little lotto Bri Coe who so cleverly Playa the part Edith in Quot the Only in cents admission will be charged for school children. Fat women living pictures Are announced As the chief attraction at the Eden Musee next week. The eight contesting sprinters this week have Ben engaged to pose for the pictures an the one known As a big Eliza has been selected to a present the famous painting a be amp Orsa ape the usual Perit will hold to amp a theato Ilum amp Radii. A a Temi aaa a my Iaz Mize it no a tem re a _ a., in a to. Stations. Pittsburgh Cloudy. Cincinnati Cloudy. Columba Cloudy. Harrisburg Clear. Parkersburg Cloudy.3u. »2 St. Lout dear. Cairo Clear. St. Paul Cloudy. Bismarck Clear Al paso Cloudy. Jacksonville Clear. Davenport Cloudy. Des Moines Clear. Chicago Elk by. Omaha Clear. Kansas City Clear. Iii Anapolis. Cloudy. Louis Ellie Lear. Nashville Clear. Denver Cloudy. Galveston dear. A Sale Rock Clear. Chart Mon. Clear. Buffalo Cloudy. Eveland. Cloudy. It a Turk City. B. T. Of. 29.95 45 .62 30.0� 44 ."2 30.00 14 .02 29. Smi 48 .13 30.02 46 .02 29.90 a in29.94 5629.78 40 29.81 40 29.96 66 a a a 30. I 03 a a a 29.s0 44 a. 29.84 4829.80 4429.86 52 29.8� 6029.% 44 29.98 48 �0i 30.02 is 29. To 52 29.94 he 29.% 62 30 12 60 29.74 48 ii 29.88 42 29.82 50 l ocal temperature. S a. Rn.46 maximum 12 m63 minimum in s222k ask i it Quot us Worden Fonfe Mei i guilt. Woodland Cal. Oct. 31.�?in the trial for murder c. G. Worden for having caused the Railroad Accident which resulted in the death Engineer Clark and four United states soldiers during the recent strike c. Stillwell a private detective to Day testified to a confession which was produced in Worden s handwriting in which the prisoner confessed complicity to the crime and implicated the other men arrested. To contest for a priest estate. Middletown n. Y., oct. 31.�?father Brady the Montgomery Catholic Church died Here a few weeks ago leaving an estate $100,000, almost All which he had willed to the Church he died two months after making this bequest which it is alleged invalidates it. He made i it Rov Slon. However that in Case his will were set aside the Money should to archbishop Corrigan. A brother in Ireland contests the will. Fresh Aib pure water Duluth Imperial flour. Mama Murcar Chanty a Fomina to work it will have House one the most new Jersey As Ever bad to with and whose seventh husband has been indicted with her for it murderous assault upon her sixth. The woman a accumulated considerably wealth along with Ber notoriety and unti Jer arrest has occupied the harsh Tom country residence a few mile a it Ove this City adjoining her farm when about 25 years ago she killed her husband by whose name so is now known Lawler Gram House. She was acquitted the charge murder and sent to the state Asylum for the insane. Since her release a dozen so years ago she has travelled All Over the world. Mince houses Day the woman is credited with having married six men five whom still exist. While she was living in apparent happiness with Paul k. Redmond Quot no. 6,�?� she met and at once fell in love with Harry Corson an operator in a Telegraph signal station near her Home. She loved him Quot because a she said a the looked so much like William though she is 50, and Corson Only 28, he telegraphed became her captive and they went through the marriage form. Whin they went up to the country residence and the woman announced that she had brought Home a new husband Redmond objected. For his temerity he was terrifically beaten with a club and he caused the arrest the woman and her newest spouse and they will be tried in a few Days. Of slew his father. Little Abner Sotrop did not heed Menhir Erizil Choxi Vikk. Ashland ky., oct 31.�?abner Astrop the midget is dead in his Mountain Home in Johnson county at the age 52 years. Astrop never in his life weighed More than 45 pounds and at. The time his death Bis Wight was but 30 pounds. He was two inches less than three feet tall. Astrop was born in Johnson county and was one five children. He was Ordinary size in Babyhood but he grew very Little after his fifth year. His strength for a Dwarf was remarkable. His parents established him in a Small Crossroads store when he was 20 years old and he spent his life in it. Museum managers made flattering offers to him but he refused them. He died Worth $10,<>4. He Giever married and was never outside his native county. Act this out. Both the Pittsburg posts combination order a we have Rcd stantly band a counting Nous stationery every description Day Hooka ledge journals Etc., Lor office us and Are . Pared to furnish Short notice print. Ing in by eke a Kitty. Hole agents Lur Burlington letter Fil pc the most Complete and economical letter file in the Market each file homing 8, let ten and costing but 5do. Milers Shinkle amp co. 523 Wood Street. Bicycles ammunition tents sport goods Alt sorts. Ulm and bicycle pairing Bend for catalogue. Great Western gun works 706 Imam a u89-tt# a doctor senior in age longest in practice oldest graduate. Whittier hid pi7nn ave Lii As ail residents knew., and Back file Pittsburgh papers prove is the oldest established and most prominent physician in the City devoting special attention to diseases the skin blood brain and nervous system kidneys. Bladder Etc. And mental diseases caused nervous by exhaustive studies enervating employment improper habits Etc resulting in physical decay nervous debility Lack Energy ambition and Hope impaired memory. Disordered sight Seir distrust bashfulness dizziness sleeplessness pimples and eruptions impoverished blood failing Powers organic weakness dyspepsia constipation threatened consumption and unfitting the person for business society marriage Are permanently safely and privately cured1 diseases Alt blood and skin stages erupt popular Book amp picture Sale. This flour because it make 20 More loaves to the barrel. Your bread will get ii killer Aud More nutritious. Made by the Best Millers la the Ler rat cholera la from the i est Minnesota and Lakota hard wheat. We it a a Best in the vots Mir Hull. A a so w to to still further accommodate Reader the Vost Arni pot them to As i Little trouble a possible we have decided that it will Noe Rasary Here after to Send but u single order cd porn any copy Tho belly 8anday Lor weekly fast by thy necessary Money to secure either a a Harper s history the Civ War Quot a vistas the Quot if Airit i Fiot Bixl history to i civil. Faits i to >7 now ready j d in cents and order for Eny one i part. Of books Areto be mailed add ii i cents for each part. A Vista the fam Quot in colors. Be Dutiful illustrations the great columbian display. Twenty Parte four picture to each part. Part i to i $0 now ready. Fifteen Cen is and one i Offler for any one part. Of to be i called add s cents for postage. Lions blotches falling hair Bone pains glandular swellings. Ulcerations Tongue Mouth Throat ulcers old sores eczema scr Fula Salt Rheum acute and other skin imperfections also bad effects merc Ury and improper medicines Are cured for life and blood poisons thoroughly eradicated from the system. I dim a do i info a and bladder de Uii if Ati Range ments weak Back gravel catarrhal discharges recent Ana Long standing inflammation swelling rheumatic and other painful symptoms receive searching treatment prompt Relief and real cures. Or. Whittier life Long extensive experience in these important disease preeminently fit him for their Correct management and afford scientific and reliable treatment common sense principle. Consultation free. Patient at a distance As carefully treated As if Here office hours 9 a. In. To 8 p. M. Sunday to a. In. To i p. In. Only. Or. Whittier. No. 814 Penn Avenue Pittsburgh a. \ this older will be accepted for any Jug. One the now ready either a the above publication n thursday Norm bar l liars j iiitwf1 to sad k Huth Hyp a an old established and favourably known photog udi Gal Lew for years is . Doz in hem Ula cabinets Fok it Conte rates in a. Ohs pastels and water color Horn a by up. Order now for the halide . By work recoluu.cud8 itself. lore second floor

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