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SdltAKTON". PA.. SATURDAY MORXTXG. APRTL 7. 1894.
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COLO DM FOR
Cosej's Rocmits Are Driven Out of Oakland
by Uh Ma.
FREYE'S BAND IN SORE STRAITS
The Tramps Refused to Leave Oak
land Unless Provided with Pasren
gor Coaches The Mayor of tho
City and a Posse of Police and
Deputies Drive the Unwelcome
Citiuns Out Frye's Band at St.
Louis Refuse to Work and Are Also
Oakland, CaL, April o
rEFU3AL of fiOO men who had en
J) oetnped here on thir way to
rA join L'oxey's urmy to leave the
1 11 city lust treniiig km follownl
by u citfht nf intense esciteui-nt. The
mayor and city council held meetlu u
nd defined to drive th trump out of
the city this morninp. Thr uirhont the
nirht every man. WOinaa and chil 1
in Oakland was on the streets, the riot
alarm wis soundud, the governor Waa
seked to cill ont the national gaard,
and extr. p-jlice and deputy Sheriff
were swnni in and armed wi;h ri fl .
On Wednesday the ex) unemployed
men applied to Mavor Elliott, of San
FrnciKco. for assistance in going
serosa tlx bay at Oakland, whre Ibey
expected to Mean transportation on
freight trains to the Eur. The mayor
contributed 33 and ton rasa wereaent
ovi-r to Oakland. Mayor Pard at, of
this city, resented what he called th"
foistinu of Francisco's unemployed
upon Ontrlan !. and a sharp correspond
ence ai so d betwven tho mayors of the
Upon arriving at 0 iltlaml the men
found that the Southern Pacific rail
road wonld not allow them to ride on
their train. They then Camped in the
Mills' tb"rnacle and waited. Fhe peo
ple of Oakland fed them and thev were
in no hnry to mov.'. Hie eitiiena
raised $800 to pay their fnre to Sacra
ment", and arrangements were mad
to have them start at (5 o'clock last
evening. Tho tramps matched to the
Sixteeuth btreet station to take the
train. When, howev.-r, they found
that they wer" to be transported in box
cars, the tramps labelled and refused
to leave unless nnsseri-rpr coaches were
provided, nnd they marched back to
THE MILITIA CALLED UPON.
Major Frank O'Brien, commanding
the first battalion of the Fifth rejii
mut, including Conipaniea M, F aud
K. whs summoned to tie- city uall at
midnight. He was notified by the
police to prepare for action, us a !
gram bad been seut to tiie governor
asking for assistance. Mnjor O'Brien
at once repaired to the armorv
on Twelfth street, nnd his officer
were eBmmon-i to dntr. HJ no
tified tho police that he would be in
readiness to report fof ituty with two
companies the moment he received
word from th givrnor or adjutant
general. A Oatling nun waa placed
In front of th city hall At midnight
the mayor, Sheriff McKiilican, nnd
Chief Sobaeforheld a cojsultation, ami
it waa decided to drive tne indnatrial
army out of the city at 3 o'clock in the
At 12 3d o'clock no word had heen r
ceived from Sacramehto, an 1 the
militia were waiting orders to mov
and assist the p.dic-. The mayor and
council were ;ill at the city bail, and
finally sent the Chief of police and tho
sheriff to mka a final request of Su
Mrintendnt,t Wilder for p isseng'r cars.
Mr. Wilder refused.
At 2 o'clock a general alarm ws
sounded by the fire-l.ells, nnd tb-citi
a-na hastened to tho city hall. There
about 1,200 men wen sworn In as
deputy sheriffs and w ire were armed.
The fire department alao responded and
were armed. Then the city's forces
marched to the tabernacle, where the
army waa sleeping. Tney were awak
ened and ordered to mov out. The
Finally the police arrested the leader
of the army, Kelly, and several of his
men and penned the rest of thom up In
a corner of the tabernacle. They atill
refoaed to move nnlesa their leader
waa returned to them. At last the
authorities decided to release him. and
Klly waa carried back on the should, ra
of bis men amid enthusiastic cheers.
Ha made a speech to them, counselling
moderation and asked them to comply
with the demands of the people of V .'k
land. The men agreed to submit arid
at 8 20 a.m. formed a line and, escorted
by 200 armed police and citizens,
marched to the Sixteenth Street station,
where they entered the box cars, nnd
soon after 4 o'clock the train pulled out
Fryn' Sol1lr Scor n nri Offr nf Wnrlr
a. St. Loala.
St. Loum. Anril 6 The hiaf nf rm.
lice cf East St. Louis ordered Frye's
band of tramps to lenve the town thia
morning. Soon after eight o'clook the
band formed in the muddy bottom
land, where they have been campinc,
and moved to a point on the Collinsyille
turnpike jnst outside tho limits of East
St. Lonis, where they halted and went
into camp again. In the meantime
the East St. Louis outposts wero rein
forced and orders issued to prevent
tl,e return into the citv limits.
Ihe traniDi are left nrantliullv ,ifi,
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tnreai. uiRue jnsieruay to surrender
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TILLfiAN IS VERY ANGRY.
Makes a Conciliatory Speech to
the Troops, But Receives
Columbia, S. 0 , April 8 The State
S'isrds arrived at the capitol from Dar
llngton at noon today, and were ad
dressed by Governor Tillman on the
erounda fronting th- penitentiary.
The speech of the governor was brief,
and intended to be conciliatory, lie
thanked the gnardl in the nam" of
Snth Carolina f r the prompt and ef
ficient services rendered by them.
'1 he report tnat they were sent to
D-irllngton to shoot tneir fellow olti
z-ns never had Ihe shadow of n fonn
dation; that they were sent there to
repress mob violence and anforoe the
law of the state. Iri conclusion he
"Fellow citiz vis. as Governor of th
Commonwealth of South Carolina, 1
want to aay hre and now that I am
anxious to see quiet nnd good order
fully restored, ft is time for all bitter-n-aa,
anger, and animosity to cease; fr
ail to work together for the glory and
honor and moral and ti uncial proap ir
ity of this state."
These pacific utterances were re
ceived without ciimoh; one m-in :t
tempied to start a wave of applause hv
w .vinK bis hat in the air nnd shouting,
"That's nifht." but no one helped him,
and a painful silence followed, during
which the governor bit his lips and waa
pal - with anger.
The Tillmanites bitterly condemn
the spirit in which tba governor's
pence off-riuB was received and say
that tba opposition io the governor is
dissppointed hecins) he did not give
vent to iofl .minatory ntteranoee, wblob
would further embroil South Carolina,
at the conclusion of the governor's
speech in which he formallv relieved
tba Hlalo guards frem further military
As the state guards were making
ready to board the trains the Governor
went from captain to captain and
shook them by the hand and thanked
thani for their reaponeM to his call.
As he approached ooe of them the cap
aalo turned his back on the governor
and boarded the train.
RESULTS OF A CRUEL JOKE.
An Eljht-Yaar-Oid Boy May Die from
PittsiiijRO. Ajiril 0 This nfternoon
the 8-year-old loa of Patrick Unify,
living at the corner of Grant street ami
Weiater nvenne, decorated himself
from head to foot with colored tissue
lie entered the livery stable of Burns
it Boilly, where some on Known porson
applied a match to tho streamers. Iu
an instant he was enveloped In llimes.
Tbl flamei were smothered, but the boy
u terribly burned and may not pos
(Juileloss PHtabnra folics have beeu
swindled by bogus collection agents.
The boring for oil on an extensive scalo
began yesterdny nt Brooklyn, Susque
fire destroyed Qbn tfawman'a boueat
Osceola, Tioga county, nnd bis aged
motbor was burned to death,
Henry Killing!-, of Annville, Lebanon
county, is believed to boon his death bed
as a result, of toothnche.
The combined nses of the twelve chil
dren of the late Qeorge Hoffman aggre
gate 1000 years, or an average of nearly H4.
After driving out his faruilv. .Tnhn
Sohingle, of Allegheny City, saturated bis
Detl with oil, lay uowu and ignited it. He
was fatally burned.
WAFTED OVeR THE SEaS.
Clulo hns a new cabinet, nvnrtincr n
English conservatives threnten to attack
the Bering sea bill in the hope of nuking
In a riet stnrtcd bv nrmv recruits in
Gros IfeischUidlen, near InettTbunL
Uerruany, five persons wore killed and
mauy others Injured.
Prince John George, nephew of Saxony's
king, was wedded yesterday at Stuitgart
to the Out bees Marin, daughter of Duke
Albert of Wurteinberg.
The International Medical congress held
its closing (session ut Home yesterday,
Mim uuxt congress will lej una eltuer lu
Moscow or St. Petersburg.
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Th Little Rock. dure-Y- o.
E MY im g llLTlWMlEi, MIL AMI SEE HE
I SPRING- n SQ toAl f I
AS TEE TRIBUNE ARTIST SEES
PAIR OF YOUNG RUFFIANS.
Boys of Fifteen nnd Sixteen Years of
Ago Threaten to Kill Their
Lancaster. Pn., April 6 The career
of two precocious ynnng ruffians was
cut short by the police today Yester
Isy L Leao Diffenderfer swore out a
warrant for the nrreat of his son Wil
Ham aged la years, who was chargoil
with having asatlit"d and beaten his
mother in a ihatnefrjl manner. Two
fflceri went to Dill' ndeiTer'n house to
dav to serve the warrant.
Mrs. Diffenderfer appeared at one of
the upper windows an i refuse i to al
low than to enter, The officer were
compelled to tore the door and arrest
ed the boy After the bnv had u.n
arrested his mother explained to the
policeanen th it sn hail refnod thm
admiatioh because her son had placed
a r-volvar to our head an I tbreattned
lo blow oat her trains if she opened
tie door to thm. As ehe believed
aim fully capable of currying out Uli
threat, she had dune as h h id toi l
Whn William was searched, a re
volver, a dirk knife and a blackjack
were found upon him. When Alnert.
tae 10 year-old brother of William,
heard of his arrest, he started out with
the avowed intention of killing bis
father. Hearing that the police had
discovered his bloodthirsty and un
natural intention. Albert attempted to
leave the city by train. He was ar
rested at the station, however, before
ho escaped. In a bag that be carried
was a full kit of burglars tools and in
his pocket was ii dirk knife.
TRAIN ROBBER HEMPEO.
Three Besporadv-s Drop From the Git;
b. t at Newport, Ark.
Newport, Ark., April 8. Jam
Wyiick, J. T. Hill, alias Albert Mau
sker, and Thomas Brady were hanged
tiiis morning at 8 o'clook. They fell
seven feet and their neck won broken
After mounting tho scaffold they made
tat tnenta attributing their downfall
10 whiskey, women and bad company
rhey laid also that Geoge Padgett, who
turned state's evidence, planned th"
robbery and also tried to rob a Irniu on
the Frisco road before.
Last nignt ihe best women of New
port joined Mamker and Wyrici In
prayers for Urady, who said be OOOltl
not feel that be was saved and would
not confess religion. They prayed till
'I this morning. Wyrick's wife and
children wore in his call clinging to
When the trap fell this morning all
of the condemned were praying to
(iod to have mercy on their lonla Tho
crime for which the three men paid
death penalty wns the holding up of an
express train at Ohpiiant. Ark., on tho
uijrht of November 8, ltMi. and the
snooting aud killing of Conductor W.
Dv!opmnis in the Famous
Onse Are Ezpict'd.
PiniBtTHO, Ps., April (J. A special
dispatch from Ikaddock says : There
promises to tat further developments in
tn armor plalo scandal as far as the
informers to the government living iu
Uiaddock aix "onr?rueil. Una of the
informers left for Washington last
night. It is understood that he goes
by pre-arraugoinetit to have nn audi
ence with Secretary Herbert to lay.
The purpose of the informer in go
ing to the capital, It is understood, is
to get Secretary Herbert to give the
side of the informers u re-!iaring and
learn the prospects for a complete con
THOMAS PICTON'S FUNERAL.
Lrsder of ths Gaylord Mine Victims
Will Be Burled Tomorrow.
Wilki-.k-Uahkk, Pa., April 0 The
body of Thomas Pinion found yester
day afternoon in the i l.iyloi I mlue, was
uot brought to the sutl ium until noon
to lay. Tho funeral will take placu
Picton had charge of the nnforlu
nat men who lost their lives in the
Gaylord, aud his was the last boJy
THE NEWS OF THE
CAUSES OF COKE STRIKE.
Hungarians and Slavs Thought
Have Been Dupes of More
Connri.isviu.e. Pa., April G The
sudden collapse of the coke strike is
the sole topic or "discussion iu the re
gion toluy. There lira many theories
advanced in explanation. One ad
vanced by the bettor class of Huns and
Slavs is that their pebpla have been
led into the strike l,y th Irish and
0 mem, Y IK) .VSUlr-U O Tllj
the oke rgion of them.
Ihe Huns an 1 Slavs were brought to
this country twelve years a?o under
Contract to brenk the strike, and sine
then times have been getting harder.
It is now certain that noa of tli
striken will he taken baok at any of
the works and will have to leave the
locality. .Inlins DtotroV, preidetit of
a large SI ivish political club, editor Of
a Slavish paper and sgint f r a build
i::" an I loan association, in speaking of
the situ ition today, said:
"There I BO doubt onr people have
heon deceived in this matter. Ta
liish and Germane ure anxious to ge;
the Slavish people nut of the coke
rsgiona. so that they will have all the
Work themslves. They have inolted
them to acts of violence, knowing that
this wonld incense the American citi-z-'.s
and wo;k up such a hatred for onr
peoplo th .t they will BnallV be driven
hack to Hungary Oar people lire
thoroughly aroused, and it will be safe
for the leaders who dropped t limit and
led them Into the trap to keep out of
"I have dviaed J. S. MoCaleb to leave
town, is J re. illy beleave be is in dan
;er of aasataination, MoCaleb has
tiken no part in th strike, but the
FJnili and SIhvs wl 0 lost money in his
bank wl en he assigned last September
are beginning to threaten bis life. He
cannot iy them and trouble iil foi
The news of the threats on McOaleb
has oreated a sensation hero. He i
very popular nnd everyone believe
him to he thoroughly honest In est
f a riot he will not be deserted by his
MURDER AMD 5UICI0E.
An Anarchist Shoot a Hotl Kepsr and
TaMAQUA, Pa , April 0 This town
win itartled tonight by too murder ol
Hotel Keeper .Michael Burns, and the
probable suicide of tho assassin, Henry
oohieditoh, Bcbiedltob, who is said to
be an anarchist, and who is a tin ped
dler from Pottsviiie, walked Into Burn'
hotel at 11 o'clock tins evening, nnd,
utter a moment's conversation with
him, polled a revolver. Be fired one
shot at tba hotel keper, which entered
Bchlediot turned his tnnrderous
(Teapot Upon himself, and fired a bol
ls I Into his mouth. When asked win
be committed the deed Hchiviiitoh re-
piled that he was tired fighting for it
living arid wanted company iir.o the
oi her world.
Mr. Hurtis condition is anch Hint
there is no hope of his recovery. H
ssys ne never saw the man before, hut
ouoe, and had never bad any trouble
The now Chinese treaty was fenrcely
mentioned in executive session of the sou
A snb.postomee will be established nt
Ellis Inland, N. y., for tho convenience of
immigrants and others.
It i said that the Oockery reform meth
ods for the treasury department, when pur.
Into practice, will snve 800,000 per annum
iu tho cost of running the trcatnry,
GPIM REAPER'S HARVEST.
Heir Sebmeykml, lender nf the Qertnan
party iu Bohemia, at Prague, aged (IS.
M. ('. Sullivan, general westerm mana
ger of Thlel's Detective service, atTaooBM,
. Philip Super, tho first bnrgeaa of Penns
hurg aud an ex-r.andldnte lor state sena
tor, nt his heme iu Pentuburg, AloutKoiu
ory connty, Pa.
K ; .hi. 'go .lames Gardner, late president
of the Altoona Iron comany and head of
the bsuklan llrui of Uorduer, Morrow
'Jo., at Altoona, Pa., ngd 80.
N THc COKE FUGON$
OF INTEREST TO W GUARD.
A Brief Outline of Adjutant General
HARR18BTJBO, April 6 Adjutant
General Gremiland's report is uow in
the hands of the printer and will be
out in A few weeks. From advance
sheets of the preface to th doc
ument, Which embraces the reports
of all the chiefs of the varioua
branches of the JSutional Guard.
ngth of th.? division is shown
H.C'' ofliccrs . .id enlisted
men, being a gain of SOI during the
yar, Ths first brigade Una a total of
8.7M;teoepd brigade 8,044 Ther are
fifteen regiments, one battalion and
one independent company ill the iu
fantry branch, three artillery and three
cavalry romiianies nnd a state naval
battalion. One company waamnatarad
out (luting the year and four or
(general Greenland commends the
brfgade inspectors and refer to the
Biarited improvement shown by their
reports. He again refers to the elfc
tioA of c imp grounds becsuso of extra
convenience supplied by committee
of citiuns, and recommends the selec
tion of tamp sites which will promote
the comfort and health of the troops
and furnish ample and oonvienleot
Regarding last summer's enoimp
muts lie save some of the uniforms
ihOWed the effect of long use. and as
there have been liberal issues of cloth
ing and equipment, there is no reason
why company d mmander should not
he able to baveall their men properly
uniformed at the nest oamp. Defect
ive guns, lie says, can be repaired at
tbe state arsenal. The total cost of the
encampments was $178,403 43, and the
expenaa of the nu ird ul Homestead In
1N!2 was 1 1111,380 33 The auto annu
ally receives from the United States
government 187,049 78, which is ex
pended for guus, ammunition and
During the year the guard lias been
rurniibed with an entire new equip
ment, tLclnding gaeatcoati, blanket,
etc . and are now th most thoroughly
equipped troopa in the United Statea
In the mutter of the kind of knapsack
or blanket bag to bo usee there is n di
vertity of opinion, and a commission
will i in be called together to Confer
with the military board on this aub-j-ct
There :m now in the guard 7,050
tn irksmen, including 1,157 sharp
Reference is made to the signal en
gineer corps which will bo organized
rod alt tched with tbe bicycle corps to
tho division headquarters. More pro
gress ha been made in the erection of
armories than for many years. Theie
nave been many applications to raise
now companies which were received
BIG FIRE AT HASTINGS.
Prrparty Worth Twni.tvl wo Thousand
Dnllsrs Goes Up in Hmoke
Johnstown, Pa., April 0, -r'ire late
last night caused the loss o( ijJ.OOU nt
Battluia, this county. The large store,
dwelling anil fnrnitimyif 11 (' wandby
Was totally destroyed. They were
Worth $80,000 and ininrtd for $3,000
John Kyan'e hons adjoining, was also
biuned to the ground, entailing a Iob
of !f'?,iJ(l(). partially insured.
In the early hialory of Hsstitig Mr.
Wandby had the misfortune to have a
building burned iu which was stored
Offl $7,000 in money, the gold and
silver e iin found melted m the rnins.
milking a large hulk. There is no clue
as to the origin of the Ore on the pres
HE KNkW UBOUT THE GAS.
A Countryman 1 1 Aphvxla? d in a Polts-
PoTTSVll.l.li, April 11 At noon today
a man supposed to be Hunk McGHII, ol
Shamokiii, was found dead in bit bed
at the White House hotel Tho mail
had been Mpbyxlated by illuminating
lie had been, ahown to his bed at it
Into hoar last night nnd cautioned
about it. McGill said he Knew nil
abobt It. The evidence ahowa that ho
bad blown out the gas.
j Iiitero8lln( 1'wHoii of llie 6rekiniidge-PoJlard
AN EVENT OF CONTRADICTIONS
Miss Pollard and Colonel Breckinridge
Eolh Upon ihe Witness Stand Con
flicting f:vidonce Given Auntie Mary
Reconizoa "Mr. Hall" from His
Rusunblance to the Baby A Sensa
tion in the Court Room -The Plsin
t'ff Becomes Tragic in Giving Testi
mony and Is Interrupted by Do
fondant's Attorneys Defendant
Washington, April 0.
HE Cnrtain war, rang do'-vli oa thi
iron interesting scon of tbe
PoHArd-Bretkinriflge c.i to
day when the last of tho evi-
due i was submitted to 'h jury. H
was a sort of clearing up day. lik tht.
iait act of a play, when txpianatiuns
and reconciliation are in order.
The piiiiutlff's attorneys took the
stand tt ol te.tiliad that there was no
truth In the iuferauce put forward
by (lie defense that one or the other of
them or the plaintiff bad slipped a
Christmas card of Miss Pnllard's into a
book at the Norwood Foundling r-
lum to Hlreugtlou bsr Claim
that she had been there in her
cotifinemunt and there waa more
teltlmony about the baby born In
Washington on February 3, lbtl, to
Miss Pollard, or 'Mrs. Hall," as she
oalled herself, aud which died two
months later at the Washington
Foundling asylum. A stnsatinn wu
narrowly arortod at the morning act
(ion when old Aunt Mary, the colored
midwife who nttended 'fra Hall,"
said the bad never seen Mr. Hall until
that moment when she "recognized
hitu 1 y tho child.''
MISS POLI.AIIl) AGAIN TKSnriKS.
Or.ce more Miss Madeline Pollard
was brought lo the witness stand.
Did you ever know a woman culled
Mollie SUnglebauart 1 never did.
Did you over know John Rrandtt 1
never heard of him until his deposition
was taken far this case
Did yon ever know Lena Singleton!
Never until iho was brought into this
Did you ever mt John Brandt on
thu street and go riding with hun V
Most assuredly not.
Did yon know a man named Hirim
Did you ever at Wesleyan College o;
elsewhere toll tills defendant that yoi1
had over had improper relations wuh
John RhodfsV Thre was nsvera woid
on my part that eould bet conatrutd
lata anch a lie against the honest old
Did you ever "hare improper relations
with Mr. Rhodeal Never, nevor, Mr
Did you tell Dm defendant that you
had been to Surah Gnei-s' with Rhodes?
1 could not hare said. 1 never saw the
place until I walked up to the. gatl
with my band on his (Breckinridge's)
Tho young woman's face was Hushed
and (he (poke with tragic air. At
torney Shelby attempted to interrupt
her Willi an objection, but she raised
ner nun with an imperative gesture,
qnieting hun with, "l mmt neper,
inltted to answer tin, Mr. Shelby.
"What was the conduot of Mr.
Rhode! toward you' "lie lovo.l uh."
Did you talk with him about Glome
Bitot that niuht at Sarah (tuoss'r V"
did uot; 1 did not know of George
Eliet then. 1 had never road her works
or anything about her life until aft r
my Brt little baby was born. In that
miserable little room m Cincinnati op
posite the furniture factory Mr. Breck
inridge brought me iu a paper cover
i'uu first edition of GeOTgO Kliot's
works I ever read. 1 thank hun for it
now; it haa beeu a great benefit to m(
Did you (uggeat Sarah Que' to hun
as a place of meeting Most assuredly
not. I did uot know of such a place.
The defendant has sworn that on
that evening he put a $10 bill In your
hand. Is that true? 'I nat in as ruUo a
statement as even he ever made. He
could not have done it. No man could
Have put a H bill in my hand.
"Tho defendant says he did not have
any relation with you iu 1HM7 while
he bad a loom at Miss Hoyts While yon
wire stopping there? '
"That is not true, 1 spent every
night of those three weeks with him
in his room at Miss Hoyt'e. "
"Nor had the defendant told her at
any time," ahe said, "tnat a marriage
between them was impossible," and
"no, Indeed, quite to the contrary," wns
her answer to a question whether she
had ever agree, i with the defendant
that there should bo no luairiago be
Mr. Carlisle asked if there was attv
agreement with thein to pretend they
wer engaged, to deceive Mra Black burn,
and Miss Pollard answered:
"No, indeed. That was mad., in sol
emn good faith."
Then Colonel Breckinridge was re
culled and proceeded tO deny state
nenta of Mis Pollard and witnesses in
her behalf. He denied that Miss pol
lard was ever In his room at MIssHoyt's
lo his knowledge and also that .Miss
Louise Lowell, the capitol typewrltei
had written a hater for him, in which
he ui id- rererenu to a manuscript
sent him for criticism.
"That's all," said Major Shelby, ,ind
ti e great case of PoAard vs. BrecKln -rnljie,
s fr s the giving 0 evidence
is concerned, was ended.
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cist far Sahirdaui for Keirn
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THE DEMAND for
this season is unpar
alleled and designs
more attractive than
ever before. We are
now showing an im
mense variety of the
most popular and
novel styles, includ
ing Point Venise,
Point De Gane,
Point De Esprit,
Honiton and Marquise,
In White, Ecru nnJ Butter Bbadea.
Piatt Vals, in all widths.
Fine Torchons and Medicis,
White Ecru and Black
Elegant stock of BLACK
LACES, in Marquise, Bor
deaux and Chantillys.
Our usual line of Real
Laces and Lace Handker
chiefs, in Duchesse, Ensr
lish Threads, Valenciennes,
510 and 512 Unkawanna Ave.
IHE tOTTI PERCHA & RUBBER IW
RUBBER BELTING AND HOSE,
CHA& A. BCHIEREN A CO '3
And Oak-tanned Leather Bcltinj,
H. A. Kingsbury
3f3 Spraoa St., Sraion, pi
Lewis, Reilly & Davies
Itdh show friends enr 11. -to. .10
nn.l MIOl K. nuil h,i iMithusiantli' are tliey
ovnr tiii'ir nareha that n' sste it, snr to
bo flic UlOIUll ol nmkiiii; nn tUer,
LEWIS, REILLY I DAVIES
114 Wyoming Avo.
V. J. WBI0H1L